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Research has demonstrated that survivors of domestic violence are at greater risk for experiencing a range of mental health and substance use conditions. Yet, most…
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In conjunction with the 2019 federal Technical Expert Meeting, this report summarizes findings from conversations with key informants from a range of fields including domestic…
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In conjunction with the 2019 federal Technical Expert Meeting, this literature review provides 1) an overview of the current research on substance use coercion, including…
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Domestic violence (DV) programs, advocates, and survivors have long reported that survivors and their children who experience mental health- and substance use-related challenges face barriers…
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In 2012, NCDVTMH, in collaboration with the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), conducted a needs assessment of state, territory, and District of Columbia…
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In 2013, NCDVTMH and the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) administered a survey to state mental health department directors. This survey…
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From 2013 to 2015, NCDVTMH worked with state and territory domestic and sexual violence coalitions to measure changes in their member programs’ capacity for engaging…
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This measure is for survivors aged 18 or over who access services at domestic violence/sexual assault programs. It asks survivors about ways that they have…
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This measure is for survivors aged 18 or over who access services at domestic violence/sexual assault programs. It asks survivors about ways that they have…
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This measure is for domestic violence/sexual assault program staff members. It collects information on ACRTI policies, organizational practices, staff training and development, ways the program…
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This measure is for domestic violence/sexual assault program staff members. It is divided into two sections: one for all staff members and one for supervisors…
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NCDVTMH conducted interviews with 45 programs identified by their peers as engaged in innovative trauma-informed work with survivors of violence and their families. 30 of…
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Intimate partner violence (IPV) is associated with a range of trauma-related health and mental health effects. This fact sheet presents current evidence on the physical…
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