VAWnet.org publishes an introduction to trauma-informed domestic violence services

Posted on 25. May, 2013 by in Articles, Projects, Training

Building on over 20 years of work, the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health (NCDVTMH) has put into practice a framework that integrates a trauma-informed approach with a DV victim advocacy lens. This new 3-part Special Collection, developed by NCDVTMH in collaboration with the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV), reflects this integrated perspective and […]

Safety Net Presentation – Domestic Violence Screening Protocol for Medical Providers

Posted on 21. Jan, 2013 by in Meetings, Projects

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlR4qPp5J-M Presentation by Kristin Carmichael of CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center on the Safety Net program to the Santa Fe Coordinated Community Response Council (CCRC) on January 16, 2013.  The Safety Net Program was developed by the CCRC Medical Action Team.

Announcing the Trauma Informed Practice Project (TIPP)

Posted on 09. Mar, 2012 by in News, Projects

New Mexico has been selected to be one of three states that will receive extensive training and technical assistance on trauma informed practice from the National Resource Center on Domestic Abuse, Trauma, and Mental Health.  For convenience, we are calling this initiative the Trauma Informed Practice Project, or “TIPP”.  TIPP includes a broad range of […]

New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence Announces Launch of Statewide Spanish-Language Domestic Violence Awareness Campaign: Cambia El Estatus

Posted on 12. Jul, 2011 by in News, Projects

Cambia El Estatus New Mexico Statewide Spanish‐Language Pilot Campaign Changing the Latino Immigrant Community’s Perceptions Towards Domestic Violence The New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NMCADV) in collaboration with Hispanic Communications Network developed a multimedia campaign that addresses current perceptions of domestic violence (DV) within the Latino immigrant community – where DV is considered a social norm and tolerated […]