2.1 B. Guidance and Resources
Three Steps to Escaping Domestic Violence
Home Office / Southall Black Sisters (2012)
Domestic violence leaflet aimed specifically at women in black and minority ethnic communities, covers advice on three steps to escaping violence and abuse. Available in a variety of languages.
Home Sweet Home
The Haven Wolverhampton (2011)
A short film which explores the complex nature of domestic violence and the different behaviours that constitute this form of abuse
The Outcomes Star Online
Triangle Consulting (2011)
An innovative tool for supporting and measuring change when working with people. This online version gives simultaneous guidance, instant Stars, action plans and reports and is designed to link directly to other client management systems.
Values, purposes and methods of identifying who is doing what to whom in intimate partner violence (IPV)
Practice guidance supporting practitioners to identify how violence may present in intimate relationships and the value and purpose of assessing who is doing what to whom and in what context, in order to promote safety and effective services for adults using or experiencing force in their relationships and for their children.
Protecting Domestic Violence Victims by Protecting their Pets
Ramsey, S., Randour, M.L., Blaney, N., Gupta, M. (2009)
An article featured in Today,a publication of the National Council of Juvenile and family Court Judges.
Rape: The Victim Experience Review
Payne, S. (Home Office) (2009)
Power & Control Wheel for Women Involved in Street Prostitution
Safe Exit (2008)
Toynbee Hall produces practical innovative programmes to meet the needs of local people, improve conditions and enable communities to fulfill their potential.
You can afford to leave: a financial guide for women and children experiencing domestic violence
Sharpe, N. & Refuge (2008)
The Survivor’s Handbook
Barron, J. (2005)
Produced by Women’s Aid, the handbook provides very practical information about housing options and the range of refuge and other domestic violence services available. It also gives survivors information on how to look after physical and mental health, and ways to build self-esteem and confidence. There is information about specialist services for women and children living with domestic violence, and lots of help and information about the impact of domestic violence on children. The handbook is full of useful contact details and signposts to other supporting and helpful organisations.
National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (2003)
Information about feelings and issues that may arise when an abuser or perpetrator dies.
National Center for Domestic and Sexual Violence (NCDSV)
A collection of power and control wheels adapted from the Domestic Violence Intervention Project in Duluth, Minnesota.