The QIC-DVCW announces the publication of its latest resources!
The Issue Brief on Relational and Systemic Accountability for Persons Who Use Violence presents a framework for supporting positive change for people who use violence through accountability strategies and meaningful engagement.
The Issue Brief on the Protective Factors for Survivors of Domestic Violence provides a short description of each of the five protective factors that studies show lessen the impact of domestic violence for both adult and child survivors, and promote their safety, healing, and well-being.
The overview of the Adult & Child Survivor-Centered Approach for Addressing Domestic Violence outlines the QIC-DVCW’s innovative, research-based approach for addressing domestic violence and co-occurring child maltreatment in families who are involved in the child welfare system. The Approach provides guidance for establishing systematic and interpersonal mechanisms for supporting positive change in people who use violence against their intimate partners, and for developing protective factors that benefit survivors of domestic violence.
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