Equality Wheel This wheel illustrates types of non-violent behavior which promote equality within a relationship.
Power and Control Wheel The power and control wheel explains some types of behavior and tactics used by batterers to isolate, control and overpower victims of domestic violence.
Personalized Safety Plan Being prepared may mean the difference between life and severe injury, or even death. This plan will help you think ahead about things such as:
- what you can do during a violent incident,
- safety if you have time to plan to leave,
- safety even when your partner is not living there,
- safety on the job, at school, in public, and
- safety through the courts.
Know Your Rights: Domestic Violence, a pamphlet published by the American Bar Association in 2001
Department of Children and Families (DCF)
DCF used to be called the Department of Social Services (DSS).
Promising Approaches: Working with families, child welfare and domestic violence If a "mandated reporter" tells you he or she is thinking that they may have to report to Department of Children and Families (DCF) and you are living with domestic violence, ask them to read this brochure by DCF.
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