Archived webinar recordings from the Domestic Violence and Housing Technical Assistance Consortium address key issues related to meeting survivors’ needs at the intersections of domestic and sexual violence and housing/homelessness.
The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence's (NRCDV) Safe Housing Capacity Building Center presented its bi-annual Policy and Research Briefing on Thursday, May 4th, 2023. This briefing featured the following:
Commemorating Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence's Safe Housing Capacity Center presented The Lifespan Lens: Youth-Centered Approaches to Building Economic Security and Safety in Housing Programs on Tuesday, February 24th.
Commemorating Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence's Safe Housing Capacity Center presented its biannual Policy and Research Briefing on Wednesday, October 26th.
The Domestic Violence and Housing Technical Assistance Consortium (DVHTAC) provided an informal webinar for culturally-specific organizations and housing initiatives serving survivors of intimate partner violence.
In this pre-recorded webinar, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) partnered with Diana “Dede” Yazzie-Devine, President and CEO of Native American Connections, an organization improving the lives of individuals and families through Native American culturally appropriate behavioral health, affordable housing, and community development services. Here, our expert presenter will discuss how the braiding of both federal and long-term, sustainable funding can be achieved to acquire, develop, and operate high quality housing communities.
This webinar provides an overview of best practices to increase access for culturally-specific communities to HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) housing programs and DV/SA/HT Bonus resources in the current HUD Notice of Funding Opportunity.
This webinar explores the ways in which DV/SA advocates, embedded in homeless/housing systems, and vice versa, can create access and increase racial and gender equity for survivors and support homeless/housing advocates to understand the unique safety needs and barriers survivors face.
Co-location of DV/SA advocates in various settings can deepen cross-system relationships, provide ready support to survivors navigating those systems, and create multiple opportunities for cross-training and systemic change.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, federal, state, and local governments have mandated eviction and utility moratoriums to prevent homelessness and slow the spread of the virus. This tenants’ rights landscape has been ever-changing.
Recognizing and understanding the intersections of youth homelessness/housing insecurity and gender-based violence is critical to creating meaningful services and effective intervention and prevention strategies.