Helping you through. Below are free downloadable resources available to all. CHATS: Head Injury Identification and Accommodation Tool Head Injury Education Card: Has Your Head Been Hurt? Invisible...
Guidance for Survivors of Domestic Violence: Love Shouldn't Hurt Model Healthcare Protocol: Model Healthcare Protocol The Ohio Domestic Violence Health Care Protocol: Standards of Care: The Ohio...
Domestic abuse is when your partner uses a pattern of coercive and assaultive behaviors to obtain power and control over you. The American Heritage Dictionary defines coercion as “to force to act or think in a certain way by use of pressure, threats, or intimidation or to compel; to dominate, restrain, or control forcibly; and to bring about by force or threat.”
There are multiple pathways to incarceration for a domestic violence survivor.
When domestic violence victims become criminal defendants or are incarcerated, they still need advocacy, support, safety planning and community resources.
The advocate’s corner is a central location for information for domestic violence advocates. Here you will find articles, documents and protocols that are relevant to your work and will help you in your advocacy with domestic violence survivors.