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National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, 2015 Data Brief- Updated Release (PDF): This brief presents hig​hlights from the 2015 data year of NISVS covering specific IPV-related impacts, describing the wide range of ex​​periences associated with IPV victimization.  

 


The Impact of Intim​ate Partner Violence, 2015 NISVS Research-in-Brief Cover 


The Impact of Intim​ate Partner Violence, 2015 NISVS Research-in-Brief (PDF): This report provides a comprehensive examination of the impact of IPV as a supplement to The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS): 2015 Data Brief. 

 


​Blue Shield Report, Breaking the Cycle of Life Course Framework for Preventing Domestic Violence Cover

Blue Shield Report, Breaking the Cycle of Life Course Framework for Preventing Domestic Violence (PDF): This report uses a life course analysis to focus on the risk factors for domestic violence and to highlight opportunities for prevention. This report identifies childhood and adolescent risk factors that lead up to the occurrence of domestic violence rather than the impacts and responses following a domestic violence incident. For more information, visit the ​​Blue Shield website
 
Taking Action to End Domestic Violence

​​Blue Shield of California Domestic Violence Infographic (PDF): Created by Blue Shield of California Foundation, this infographic provides key statistics on Domestic Violence and ways Californians can take action to help. ​

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Californians' Views on Gender, Sexism, and Domestic Violence 2017:​ The Blue Shield of California Foundation sponsored this survey of adult Californians to understand their views on sexism, inequality, and domestic violence. The survey also looked at actions Californians are willing to take when faced with domestic violence in their own lives as well as broader political actions they might take on this issue. ​
Preventing Intimate Partner Violence Across the Lifespan: A Technical Package of Programs, Policies, and Practices 


​The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Division of Violence Prevention released a technical package with strategies to help communities and states sharpen their prevention strategies against intimate partner violence (IPV) and its consequences across the lifespan. Preventing Intimate Partner Violence Across the Lifespan: A Technical Package of Programs, Policies, and Practices (PDF) is available online now on CDC's website. 

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Connecting the Dots: An Overview of the Links Among Multiple Forms of Violence


Connecting the Dots: An Overview of the Links Among Multiple Forms of Violence 2014 (PDF): This brief shares  research on connections between different forms of violence an describes how these connections affect communities. 

​Preventing Violence in California Volume 1: The Role of Public Health


Preventing Violence in California Volume 1: The Role of Public Health (PDF) provides a broad overview of the complex topic of violence prevention.  The purpose of this report is to strengthen the understanding of the governmental public health role in violence prevention, to better address the connections among the different forms of violence, shape future funding initiatives and guide our collaborative efforts with partners across the state.

 



Skip to main contentClose to Home Community Mobilization Project Brief: Preventing Domestic Violence, Teen Dating Violence & Sexual Violence


2018 Close to Home Community Mobilization Project Brief: Preventing Domestic Violence, Teen Dating Violence & Sexual Violence (PDF) higlights the final outcomes and lessons learned from local community mobilization projects implemented from 2014-2018. Close to Home is a promising strategy that engages community members to design solutions for domestic and sexual violence prevention. CDPH will sustain community-driven approaches in future programming to prevent violence by leveraging the CDPH Domestic Violence Training and Education Program and the Rape Prevention and Education Program. 

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