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Posts Categorized: National Institute on Fatherhood & Domestic Violence

Blog
True Dude

How Being a Father Against Violence Makes You a #TrueDude

Sixteen years ago, I stepped into a role that I …

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Policy Paper

Creating Opportunities for Safety and Change in Supervised Visitation Programs: A Policy Framework for Engaging Men Who Use Violence

This policy paper presents a framework designed to help supervised visitation providers and their community partners create a more institutionalized and seamless approach to engaging with men who use violence. Additionally, this framework aims to shift policy and practice across sectors working to end violence against women and children.
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Facts

Perpetrator Risk Factors for Violence against Women

Information and statistics on violence against women, perpetrators of violence against women, age of perpetrators, and individual risk factors for violence against women.
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Report

The Impact of the National Institute on Fatherhood, Domestic Violence, and Visitation on the Capacity of Supervised Visitation Centers

This report describes research findings in order to evaluate the impact of the Institute in its first five years of existence.
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Guidelines

Breaking the Cycle: Fathering After Violence, Curriculum Guidelines and Tools for Batterer Intervention Programs

The Batterer Intervention Program curriculum guidelines and tools presented in this document are part of a larger effort to engage all men – both non-violent men and those who have used violence.
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Manual

Accountability and Connection with Abusive Men: A New Child Protection Response to Increasing Family Safety

This guidebook captures a decade of research and practice wisdom on strategies for intervening with and engaging men in the context of child protection. It is a resource for anyone working with families in the child protection system.
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Report

Beyond Observation: Considerations for Advancing Domestic Violence Practice In Supervised Visitation

This paper presents considerations for expanded practice in the Supervised Visitation Grant Program and describes interventions beyond observation.
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