Dating violence prevention resources getting back into dating world
The campaign marked its 10th anniversary and for the first time, each of New York’s 62 counties hosted an event, initiative or effort that used the color purple to raise awareness and support victims and survivors.
Check out our #Shinethe Light Facebook album and if you haven’t already, send us your photos: [email protected] OPDV Fall 2017 Bulletin The OPDV Fall 2017 bulletin focuses on domestic violence shelters.
Highlights include our feature article, “Looking Back, Looking Ahead,” a Q&A about the impact of the Domestic Violence Prevention Act on the state’s domestic violence services and programs, and a close-up of four specific domestic violence shelters within the state.
This issue also provides information about the New York State Domestic and Sexual Violence Hotline, an overview of upcoming homeless shelter training within the state, an important legislative update about several laws that passed during the 2017 legislative session, and a reminder about the 10th anniversary of the statewide “Shine the Light on Domestic Violence” campaign.
TCFV’s prevention team is available to support your program with targeted technical assistance, resources, and the tools your program will need to make your prevention programming fly.
The prevention team includes expertise in a variety of areas: program planning and evaluation; fundamental primary prevention theory and practice; curriculum building; parent engagement; arts programming for prevention; facilitation and community engagement; and engaging men and boys.
Just released: The New York State Domestic Violence Dashboard We are pleased to bring you the 2016 Domestic Violence Dashboard, which provides a wealth of information about the statewide prevalence of and response to domestic violence in 2016.
The Ursula Forem Domestic Violence Program Employment Fellowship Did you know that work products developed by the Ursula Forem Fellows are available to New York State domestic violence service providers?Participants will review examples of best practices for promoting and supporting women and girls' leadership and strategize ways to adapt those practices for use in their own communities.This training leads participants through the process of working with their communities to prevent violence.Our new Ursula Forem Program page provides information about the Fellowship program, a list of current and past recipients and details about Fellow work products. Look at our list of materials and place an order using our online order form, or download one from our website.Do you have an idea for OPDV publications or materials?