In an effort to improve the health and well-being of hard to reach, under served, and vulnerable populations and advance the prevention of IPV, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) invested in a pioneering effort to evaluate eight diverse IPV prevention programs for immigrants and refugees. LTG Associates was the National Program Office. Strengthening What Works […]
The Supporting Healthy Marriage project, being led by MDRC, is an impact and implementation evaluation of healthy marriage education and related services for lower-income married couples with children provided by eight programs across the country. The major study questions include: (1) What are the experiences, issues and challenges in designing, implementing and operating healthy marriage […]
This brief, produced by the Lewin Group and published by the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) describes the ways in which nine selected grantees educated participants and staff about domestic violence, established and executed partnerships with domestic violence expert organizations, and screened participants for domestic violence. Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for […]
Biographies for Dr. Francesca Adler‐Baeder, Kristin L. Anderson, Jacquelyn L. Boggess, Jacquelyn Campbell and more.
Towards a Common Understanding of Different Types of Intimate Partner Violence: Implications for Practice in Healthy Marriage and Domestic Violence Programs Background, Goals , Questions and Outcomes
This conference will address a complex issue—different types of intimate partner violence and their implications for practice— that has been a source of considerable tension for a number of years and has caused confusion and uncertainty among healthy marriage and domestic violence practitioners. Over the past few years new research and emerging practitioner experience suggests […]
An important and influential debate has been growing within the intimate partner violence (IPV) field for the past 15 or so years: Are there different types of intimate partner violence (commonly known as domestic violence), and if so, why does this matter? This debate can, and undoubtedly will, inform the field of marriage and relationship […]