Many domestic violence survivors do not want to access criminal or civil legal responses to domestic violence. These resources and readings provide some alternatives to the legal system when supporting survivors.
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A collection of resources for survivors whose partner/ex-partner has been arrested to assist in understanding the legal system and options available.
In this webinar, a panel of restorative justice and community-based practitioners share the models they use to support accountability and healing after violence.
This webinar explores how to work with survivors of abuse around planning for their safety.
A collection of essays exploring different religious viewpoints on domestic violence.
Overview of domestic violence intervention programs.
Paper discussing best practices across systems responding to domestic violence that is rooted in placing accountability for the abuse on the person who caused harm.
A tool for child welfare workers for assessing the risk and impact of an abuser’s behavior on children.
Workplace safety plans can help survivors who are concerned about their abuser interfering with their ability to work and stay safe.
Manual for practitioners that addresses docket management, prosecution, sentencing practices, and interacting with victims of domestic violence.