Dating prevention program violence
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.Our prevention team supports the efforts of local programs across the state and works to create an environment in Texas in which all can work collaboratively to stop domestic violence once and for all.We also offer resources, trainings, webinars and consultations to support prevention workers, teachers, school officials, young people and allied communities.
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.
By the end of this session, participants will develop a solid three-month action plan designed to build towards the successful implementation of their program’s goals.
At loveisrespect, we talk a lot about how to support someone you care about if they are being abused.
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.
We also encourage you to refer to the Domestic Violence Dashboard Guide for more information about the data we have been collecting since 2007.