The following publications are available for download. The only publications that are available in hard copy in limited quantities are the CCADV Brochures. Please contact Liza Andrews at 860.282.7899 or email@example.com with questions.
Asian Community Work Groups: Exploring Experiences of Family Violence Among Asian Women in ConnecticutAn examination of how Asian women experience family violence in Connecticut with findings and recommendations intended to assist in the development of culture specific programming and interventions.
Health Professional Outreach Project Annual Analysis FY16An analysis tracking progress of CCADV's Health Professional Outreach Project, which is designed to provide intimate partner violence training and technical assistance to healthcare providers across the Connecticut health system.
An Analysis of Shelter Utilization and Perceptions from the FieldThis report seeks to provide Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) and its partners with information on domestic violence service provision in Connecticut in order to identify existing strengths and challenges, and meet existing and emerging needs. The study was conducted for CCADV by staff at the Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund (CWEALF).
CCADV Brochure: Protecting You At All TimesThe 2013 CCADV General Brochure. Printed by Uprinting.com
CCADV Brochure: Risk FactorsThe 2013 CCADV Risk Factors Brochure. Printed by Uprinting.com
CCADV Brochure: Your Legal RightsThe 2013 CCADV Legal Rights Brochure. Printed by Uprinting.com
Don't Wait CampaignThe Don't Wait Campaign was developed to broaden public awareness about escalating violence and to encourage victims to call for help before an abusive relationship becomes a life threatening crisis. The campaign shows real text messages exchanged between a victim of domestic violence in Connecticut and her friend the night before she was killed. It urges those in need of help to call and access confidential, safe, and free services available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. The poster is designed to print on 11x17 paper.
Vida CampaignThe Vida Campaign was developed to raise awareness about the statewide Spanish domestic violence hotline launched in October 2014. There are 3 posters available (all 3 are contained in the downloadable publication), designed to print 8.5x11.
Help is Available - Bystander TipsHelp is available... Contains warning signs for domestic violence and tips for people who believe that someone they know may be a victim. Content is in both English and Spanish. Discrete, business card size tri-fold. Designed to print 2 to a page, double-sided.
CT Fatality Review ReportUpon Further Examination: Findings & Recommendations from the CT Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee.
Improving Outcomes for Children & Youth Exposed to Family ViolenceFindings and recommendations related to strengthening policy and practice among Connecticut systems and stakeholders who respond to children and youth exposed to family violence.
Intimate Partner Violence Policies on Campus, July 2014Best practices for college campuses in Connecticut
CCADV Policy BriefsTaking a closer look at CCADV policy priorities.
Domestic Violence Fact SheetA compilation of Domestic Violence services provided annually in CT (compiled by fiscal year July 1 - June 30)
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Domestic Violence Counts Report– ConnecticutA One Day Snapshot of Domestic Violence in CT.
Guide to Domestic Violence Laws (english version)
Guide to Domestic Violence Laws (spanish version)
CCADV Media GuideReporting Domestic Violence in Connecticut: A Guide for Media
Statewide Primary Prevention Plan 2014–2016Coordinated by the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV), with content generated using the expertise of the Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Steering Committee (IPVPSC).
Summary: Statewide Primary Prevention Plan 2014–2016Coordinated by the Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV), with content generated using the expertise of the Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Steering Committee (IPVPSC).
Download the Executive Summary.