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NCDVTMH partnered with The National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD) to administer a needs assessment of state/territory Women’s Service Coordinators or…
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This toolkit was brought to you in collaboration with Family Justice Center Alliance. Course description: Many survivors of domestic and sexual violence are exposed to…
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Being abused by an intimate partner can have traumatic mental health and substance use effects, while at the same time creating barriers to sources of…
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With lives lost to overdose continuing to rise each year, we've lost too many people to overdoses that could have been prevented with the right…
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A reference card for advocates working with survivors who may be using substances or experiencing substance use coercion. Keep a copy in your pocket, on…
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This organizational assessment and action planning tool is a resource for organizations to increase responsiveness to mental health and substance use coercion in clinical settings.…
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Collaborative partnerships with local domestic and/or sexual violence organizations are an important step in increasing accessibility and responsiveness for survivors accessing behavioral health (e.g. mental…
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Survivors and advocates have shared that survivors of domestic and sexual violence experience many challenges when navigating mental health and substance use services. This guide…
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This brief guide provides information and resources to support coalitions and programs to expand bystander intervention training to include interventions for domestic violence, opioid overdose,…
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Coercion Related to Mental Health and Substance Use in the Context of Intimate Partner Violence: A Toolkit for Screening, Assessment, and Brief Counseling in Primary…
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This tip sheet for domestic violence advocates and mental and behavioral health service providers explains the connections between domestic violence and substance use, how these…
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A reference card for mental health and substance use recovery support specialists, healthcare providers, advocates, and anyone working with survivors who may use substances. Keep…
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We know that being abused by an intimate partner can have traumatic health, mental health, and substance use-related effects. Recent epidemiological studies have found that…
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The Health e-Bulletin is a semi-annual online publication produced by Futures Without Violence and the National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence. This special Domestic…
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