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This document outlines 7 common practices in substance use disorder care that can further endanger or re-traumatize survivors of intimate partner violence and trauma. It…
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This resource examines the mental health consequences of experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV) and abuse, including the traumatic psychophysiological effects of ongoing abuse. It spotlights…
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In collaboration with NCDVTMH experts, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and Administration for Children…
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In conjunction with the 2019 Information Memorandum on the Intersection of Domestic Violence, Mental Health, and Substance Use, NCDVTMH published a partner guide with suggested…
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Many domestic and sexual violence programs identify partnerships with local substance use organizations as an important step in increasing accessibility and responsiveness for survivors within…
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A collection of national mental health provider directories—including culturally-specific and peer support resource lists—designed to support access to a diverse range of resources.
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A collection of national substance use resource directories, peer support and harm reduction services, designed to support access to a diverse range of resources, meet…
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Historically, the domestic violence (DV) field has separated services for adults and services for children and youth, rather than taking an integrated approach that centers…
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This guide is designed for staff in domestic violence (DV) programs and provides practical guidance for supporting parents affected by DV in their parenting. Using…
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Fact sheet summarizing findings from a national needs assessment NCDVTMH administered to domestic violence (DV) programs within states, territories, and Tribal nations in 2019. The…
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