Setting and Community Specific Resources
The Futures Without Violence National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence has developed several guidelines, tool kits, safety cards, posters and other resources that are specific to various communities and healthcare settings.
Setting and community specific tools are best use as a part of the CUES intervention, an approach to addressing intimate violence that does not rely on screening and disclosure, and ensures that survivors are provided a warm referral to a domestic or sexual violence advocacy organizations.
For information on the CUES intervention, health and DV partnerships and more, visit IPVHealth.org The National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence offers resources tailored for the following settings and communities:
- American Indian/Alaska Native
- Child and Adolescent Health
- College Campus Health
- Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocacy
- Farmworker Communities
- Health Policy Advocacy
- HIV Testing and Care
- Home Visitation
- Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Queer and Trans/Gender Non-Conforming
- Muslim Youth
- General Health (Primary Care) Card (translated into: Arabic, Armenian, English, English and Spanish, Farsi, Hawaiian Translations (Bundle), Korean, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, and Tagalog)
- Reproductive and Sexual Health
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For community health centers visit: IPVHealthPartners.org
To view an index of all resources visit our health materials index.