Prevention Tool of the Month
Anti-Racist Policymaking to Protect, Promote, and Preserve Black Families and Babies introduces the “Protect, Promote, Preserve” framework (the 3Ps) to highlight policy approaches with the potential to promote Black families’ and babies’ well-being.
Advancing Collective Liberation Learning Community
We continue to draw on key lessons and action steps from the National Prevention Town Hall. We invite you to join a community of change makers in exploring, growing and learning together!
Back to Basics
This new paper from NRCDV & NSVRC makes connections between health equity and our work to prevent sexual and intimate partner violence. It centers the experiences and leadership of Black women.

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The IPV Prevention Council represents a unified national effort committed to enhancing the capacity of state/territory domestic violence coalitions and community-based domestic violence programs to advance a comprehensive national prevention agenda and broaden support for its full implementation at the national, state, territory and local levels.

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Recent News

Monday, 16 May 2022
Webinar Announcement 2:00-3:30pm Eastern / 1:00-2:30pm Central / 12:00-1:30pm Mountain / 11:00am-12:30pm Pacific Building authentic community engagement in sexual and domestic violence prevention is an important aspect in building safe, healthy, and equitable communities. Join PreventConnect and Human Impact Partners for a discussion about the connections between structural inequities, violence prevention, and community engagement.
Wednesday, 11 May 2022
Event Announcement Violence prevention is essential work, but as preventionists, we often get isolated from one another. Join Women's Advocates the second Wednesday of every month from 1:30-2:30pm, starting May 11th!

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