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Domestic Violence Screening Low Literacy Form

This is a one page tool used by community health workers to evaluate individuals for family violence. The tool is designed for use with low literacy populations and uses pictures instead of words to communicate.

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Evaluation Tool for Physical Abuse, English and Spanish

One page tool to use in evaluating the possibility of physical abuse.

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Family Violence Training Manual for Community Health Workers

This manual was developed for community health workers and/or advocates who are working in family violence prevention.
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Addressing Domestic Violence in a Clinical Setting.

This manual is designed for health professionals and addresses domestic violence from the clinical perspective, with a focus on assisting migrant and immigrant survivors of abuse.
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Engaging Migrant Men Discussion Guide Informational Packet

These files are part of the Engaging Migrant Men project.

Accompanying discussion guides were created to be used by male peers, community leaders, or outreach workers for one-on-one and small group discussions with men.

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Webinar | Hombres Unidos: Engaging Latino Migrant Men in Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention

Hombres Unidos is a peer-led workshop focused on the primary prevention of sexual and intimate partner violence (s/ipv) with Latino migrant men.  Developed in 2005 with the support from the Centers for Disease and Control, this five session workshop is implemented using a popular education technique (Paulo Freire) which is a concept that incorporates notions of class, political struggle and social transformation.  

WCSAP & Hombres Unidos Webinar

Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs

Hombres Unidos: Engaging Latino Migrant Men in Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention

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Family Violence Prevention

Since the mid-1990s, MCN has been involved in varied prevention projects aimed at raising public awareness about family violence and the resources available for battered migrant and immigrant women.

MCN's Family Violence Prevention Initiatives

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