This study published in the Journal of Community Psychology utilizes data from the Domestic Violence Housing First longitudinal study to evaluate the importance of matching service interventions to the individualized…
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This brief published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence commentates on the relationship between criminal records, racial background, and housing instability. This preliminary, cross-sectional analysis gathered data from the DVHF…
This study published in the Journal of Family Violence evaluates use of children as a tactic of intimate partner violence and subsequent impact on survivor mental health. Data for this…
This article published in the Revista Interamericana de Psicologia (Interamerican Journal of Psychology) pulls data from the DVHF longitudinal study to examine the need for domestic violence programs to provide…
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.
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.
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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.