You are not alone!

Shareable Social Media Graphic Health providers can address and respond to IPV and human trafficking during this public health emergency by making sure that all patients are getting access to important resources without having to disclose experiences of violence. This shareable infographic can be used to provide universal education on relationship violence during virtual visits […]

Shelter in Place, Violence, and the Healthcare Response

Webinar Recording: Sheltering in Place, Intimate Partner Violence, and the Healthcare Response Past event date: May 20, 2020 This webinar provided best practices and resources for health care providers and community partners to respond to domestic violence and human trafficking, support victims experiencing abuse, and promote resiliency in children during the COVID-19 public health emergency.  […]

Telehealth, COVID-19, Intimate Partner Violence, and Human Trafficking

Increasing Safety for People Surviving Abuse A Guide for Community Health Centers and Partnering Domestic Violence Advocacy Programs The COVID-19 public health crisis and subsequent social distancing measures are increasing risk for survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) and human trafficking (HT) and their children, reducing families’ financial security, making it harder to stay connected […]