The Family Violence Prevention Fund conducted a literature review and key informant interviews to identify and highlight program models for addressing intimate partner violence in immigrant and refugee communities.
Comprehensive, confidential and holistic services are necessary to meet both the acute and ongoing needs of immigrant and refugee victims of intimate partner violenc
Funders should support programs that build trust between victims and service providers.
Funders should support leadership development programs to engage victims who wish to apply new skills to assist others.
Evaluating Models for Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities
A profile of Nathaniel Tashima, PhD, and Cathleen E. Crain, MA
Preventing Partner Violence in Refugee and Immigrant Communities
Innovative intimate partner violence-prevention projects will be evaluated as part of a new RWJF national program.
Intimate Partner Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities
This report describes intimate partner violence (IPV) in immigrant and refugee communities in the United States.
Strengthening What Works: Preventing Intimate Partner Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities
Strengthening What Works evaluated models for prevention of intimate partner violence in immigrant and refugee communities in the U.S. in order to identify successful practices supported by evaluation evidence that had been lacking in the field.