Summary of how domestic violence organizations across Washington State have implemented the Domestic Violence Housing First approach.
This sample training can be used by domestic violence programs with housing/homeless providers to foster collaboration and best meet the needs of survivors.
This fact sheet explains how providing financial assistance to a survivor receiving public benefits can impact their eligibility.
This infographic describes what mobile advocacy is and how domestic violence programs are using it.
This document details how non-profit organizations can provide financial assistance to individuals.
This article describes how non-profits can provide financial assistance to individuals, and the tax implications to consider.
This screening form is an example of questions a domestic violence program can ask, and information they can offer, to identify if a caller looking for housing is a good fit for their program.
This resource contains sample domestic violence shelter intake forms, policies, and procedures that are survivor-driven and trauma informed.
Overview of best practices for helping survivors of domestic violence obtain safe and stable housing.
This guide provides tips and tools for providing mobile advocacy to survivors of abuse.