This FAQ will answer your questions about flexible financial assistance and explain how it is implemented as part of the Domestic Violence Housing First approach.
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Published in the American Journal of Community Psychology, this article describes the methodology used to evaluate our Domestic Violence Housing First approach to supporting survivors to get – and keep – safe and stable housing.
See if the Domestic Violence Housing First approach is a fit for your agency and for your community.
Explore how to create the capacity and agency structure to successfully implement survivor-driven, mobile advocacy.
We have studied the implementation of flexible financial assistance. Learn what the data—and survivors—are telling us about how to do it equitably and effectively?
You need to know your community to implement Domestic Violence Housing First! It takes a community to support survivors with safety and stability. Learn how to mobilize yours effectively.
Summary of how domestic violence organizations across Washington State have implemented the Domestic Violence Housing First approach.
Overview of the Domestic Violence Housing First approach to advocacy.
This sample training can be used by domestic violence programs with housing/homeless providers to foster collaboration and best meet the needs of survivors.
Definitions of the components of the Domestic Violence Housing First approach to advocacy.