This reference list provides a compilation of reports, articles, websites and practical information for communities interested in addressing or learning more about the topic of children exposed to domestic violence and trauma-informed practices. Particular focus was placed on best or promising practices.
A pamphlet that thoroughly and plainly describes Virginia's Protective Order process. Includes: What is a Protective Order (P.O.)? Who is eligible to ask for one? Where to request a P.O.? What are the 3 types of P.O.s? What can a P.O. do? How do I ask for an Emergency P.O.? Where do I go to petition for a Family Abuse P.O.? Where do I petition for a (General District Court) Protective Order? Now that I have a P.O., what do I need to know? Also includes information about Protective Orders for teen dating violence, and guidance for the Lesbian/Gay/Bi-Sexual/Transgender (LGBT) Community. 16 pages. Published July 2011.
Order brochures and other materials from the Action Alliance.
This contact list provides the current names and contact information of participating partners in the Virginia Community Defined Solutions partnership grant.
This is a Power Point describing some of the new laws as regards domestic and sexual violence that will become effective in Virginia as of 7/1/12.
An annotated list of best practice resources for coordinated community response teams. Resources include a wide range of resources such as a toolkit for newly created CCR teams, a blueprint with model policies for more advanced CCR teams, links to related webinars and trainings, and other helpful information and publications.