Programs can use this resource to learn more about working with families and children who may be experiencing violence.
Find resources that program staff can use as a guide to talk with families about healthy relationships and domestic violence in a trauma-informed way.
Find resources to help programs build and implement domestic violence prevention and response systems and practices.
Find resources to establish clear and sustainable partnerships in your community.
Raising children can be hard for parents. It may be even harder when a family has experienced domestic violence. Use this resource to help parents build a connection with their child and help them to feel loved.
Use this resource to learn how to develop and revise memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreements with community partners.
Learn about ways to support people who have disclosed or shared their experiences of violence. There are no “perfect words” to say. The key is to simply listen, convey empathy, and offer support.
Explore this educational card to learn what makes a healthy relationship. Learn more about relationship safety and supportive resources.
Domestic violence can have long-term effects on children and families. Learn ways Head Start programs help families overcome the stress and trauma of domestic violence to heal and thrive.
Learn more about universal education strategies to prevent and respond to domestic violence.