Program Resources

The following resources may be helpful to domestic violence programs and other community agencies in addressing issues surrounding domestic violence. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact ICADV and we will help connect you with the resources you need to make a difference in your community.

Primary Prevention Materials

Prevention Toybox

The games employ multiple learning methods (including discussion, visual and kinesthetic activities) to engage audiences in exploring and practicing key prevention concepts, beyond changing individual-level knowledge and attitudes, to focusing on promoting safe, equitable and respectful community environments.

Sidewalks to Sexual Violence Prevention: 

A Guide to Exploring Social Inclusion with People with Developmental Disabilities

This project brings previously unheard voices to the forefront of a SV prevention effort and can contribute to the small and growing body of practice and community-based evidence about protective factors against perpetration and victimization of SV.

Primary Prevention Glossary & Resources

Explanation of terms and ideas used in our society-level prevention work, presentations, games and publications.

Equity & Inclusion Resources

Trans Inclusion Dictionary

Explanation of terms used in the LGBTQ+ community, specifically by trans and non-binary individuals.

Created by Abby Lacy

Voices From Our Movement: Anti-Racism as Violence Prevention

A new video series from the National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Voices from Our Movement: a 3-part video series on ending racism and oppression as the heart of our anti-violence movement.

Across the country, domestic and sexual violence advocates are working to address the ways that racism and oppression impact survivors’ health and self-determination. They are thinking about how history impacts peoples’ lived experience of violence today in our world; they are shifting advocacy practices to better meet the needs of survivors and advocates of color; and they are looking at how the anti-violence movement can resist racism and oppression as one of the most important ways to prevent violence.

The National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence, sat down with a few of the advocates who are knee deep in this work to learn about their perspectives, stories and strategies. They have compiled what they have had to share into a short, 3 part, videos series in hopes that it helps others who are also thinking about these intersections.

Video 1: Connecting the Dots: Racism, Oppression, and Work to End Domestic, Sexual, and Intimate Violence

Video 2: Racism in the Anti-Violence Movement: Impacts on Survivors, Advocates, and Communities

Video 3: Transformation is Now: Toward an Integrated, Intersectional Movement

These videos can be watched on your own, or used to spark discussion in a group! The page includes sample discussion questions + facilitator’s tips, a glossary of terms, video transcripts, and a small next steps resource guide which can all be found at the link below.

Reports & Statistics

Legal Resources

The following resources are courtesy of WomensLaw.org

Together, we can end domestic violence.

We believe that violence is preventable. When we come together, we create real change in the lives of individuals and in our communities. Join us in the movement to make Indiana a state that is safe, inclusive, and equitable for everyone.

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