Screening for teen dating violence
Domestic violence affects men and women of any ethnic group, race, or religion; gay or straight; rich or poor; teen, adult, or elderly. In fact, 1 out of 4 women will be a victim at some point.The abuser may use fear, bullying, and threats to gain power and control over the other person.The webinar will explore the myriad of responses to survivors’ safe housing needs ranging from legal protections, innovative housing program models, and partnerships across the homeless and victim service sectors, The webinar will also share capacity building tools, trainings and resources for homeless/housing and victim advocates available through NASH and the DVHTAC.We will also connect the concepts/topics to the HUD NOFA.Domestic violence is abuse that happens in a personal relationship.
For Immediate Release: February 20, 2017 Baton Rouge, Louisiana – The Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (LCADV) today released a statement expressing support for the greater New Iberia community as it weathers the loss of its domestic violence service provider.
…READ MORE Dating violence is a serious and common type of abuse that affects people of all backgrounds.
As teens begin to enter into relationships, it is more important than ever to talk to them about abuse.
While children may not be the target of violence, living in an abusive household affects them deeply.
We assist children in our programs through counseling, a nurturing environment and age-appropriate education about domestic violence ....