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Substance use coercion is a critical issue for survivors and their children, with policy implications that cut across federal programs and initiatives. This policy brief…
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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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This report summarizes the proceedings and recommendations from the October 2019 Technical Expert Meeting, including an overview of current research; insights and recommendations from people…
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NCDVTMH encourages coalition, program, and agency leaders, policymakers, researchers, service providers, advocates, and survivors to engage colleagues and communities in these important conversations. This communications…
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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