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The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) continually produces original publications, including fact sheets, resource packets, annotated resource lists, curricula, training materials, funding alerts and policy briefs. NRCDV materials are available for distribution at conferences and meetings, in addition to being accessible electronically through VAWnet and other websites, listservs and broadcast e-mails.

Many of these publications are available in hard copy or on CDs, and bulk copies can be made available. To request any of the publications listed here or for more information about NRCDV’s services and projects, please call (800) 537-2238 or TTY (800) 553-2508 or email nrcdvTA@nrcdv.org.

Special Projects and unique offerings of the NRCDV include:
The Domestic Violence Awareness Project (DVAP) Women of Color NetworkThe Runaway & Homeless Youth and Relationshio Violence ToolkitNRCDV Video Resource List

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Updated 2014
This generic brochure is designed to be used or adapted by local programs, state DV/SA coalitions, educators, allied professionals, and the general public to raise awareness of helping resources for victims experiencing domestic violence.
Authors: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Updated 2014
This generic brochure is designed to be used or adapted by local programs, state DV/SA coalitions, educators, allied professionals, and the general public to raise awareness of how individuals and the community can help end domestic violence.
Authors: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
2006
This brochure is designed to raise awareness of services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans communities.
Authors: Adapted with permission from the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
2002
"This poster describes characteristics of healthy relationships: fairness, trust, respect, support, honesty, responsibility, communication, shared freedom, equality, and non-violence. Includes message: ""Hands are for holding."""
Authors: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence