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Resources and Publications

2012 WCADV Annual Report
2012 Wisconsin Domestic Violence Awareness Month from Governor Scott Walker
2013 Annual Report
2013-2014 Legislative Agenda
2014 End Abuse Board Nomination Packet

End Domestic Abuse WI (End Abuse): the WI Coalition Against Domestic Violence has openings for 5 Board seats, each for three (3) year terms ending June, 2017.  

Terms begin with the June 16, 2014 New Member Orientation, followed that afternoon by the Board and Annual Meeting in Madison.  Please consider nominating yourself for a Board seat.  If you know someone you would like to nominate, please be certain you have obtained that person’s permission to do so and establish that the person is interested in serving on the End Abuse Board.

Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m., April 7, 2014.

2014 End Domestic Abuse WI Annual Report
A Platform for Good

Google has launched A Platform for Good (PfG) to focus on the positive power of the Internet, using fun and engaging interactive elements to support online safety learning. The goal is provide an interactive space to help parents, teachers and teens connect, share and do good online. Look for good privacy information on the Resources pages.


AARP is a membership organization providing a variety of services and benefits to persons over 50. 

Affordable Care Act (ACA), Women and Domestic Violence

LINKS (also see downloads below):

Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center

The Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center works with abused Americans, mostly women, in foreign countries to provide domestic violence and child abuse advocacy, resources and tools so that they can navigate the complicated jurisdictional, legal & social international landscapes, to be able to live their lives free of abuse either in the foreign country or back in the United States. Hotline: 866-USWOMEN (866-879-6636), crisis email:, website with live chat:

Amigas Latinas DV/LGBT Fact Sheet

2007-Fact Sheet regarding Parenting, Citizenship, Discrimination, Violence and Health for LGBTQ Latinos (from Chicago-area).

Center for Disease Control and Prevention: The DELTA Project

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) promotes the primary prevention of Intimate Partner Violence by providing funding, networking opportunities, training, and technical assistance to 14 state-level DV coalitions through the Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances (DELTA) program.  WCADV is pleased to be a part of the DELTA program. To learn more, please see:


Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System

Some very good publications on domestic violence and children as free downloads:

Certified Languages International Service Agreement

Certified Languages International Language Line form for Wisconsin DV programs.

Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children - Dane County Needs Assessment
Community Readiness Assessment Model Overview

The Community Readiness Assessment Model is an excellent prevention planning and evaluation tool that employs community organizing techniques.  When tackling community problems, including domestic and dating violence, there is no "one size fits all" model for success and no one person can achieve it.  This pair of articles clear outlines the Model and how communities can use it to achieve results.

Creating Safety by Asking What Makes People Vulnerable?

Whether a paid caregiver, support worker, family member, or domestic violence or sexual assault advocate, each of us individually and as a part of larger service organizations have a stake in creating safety for and with people with disabilities.

We can and must become aware of and respond differently to our new understanding of what makes people vulnerable.This guide is designed to guide us through this journey, so that the vulnerability inherent in the “culture of compliance” that we inadvertently maintain is replaced with creating and fostering safety in its most basic and impactful form for people with disabilities—through a “culture of assertiveness.” It’s time.

DCF Brochure about Domestic Violence and W-2

This brochure from the Department of Children and Families explains some of the resources and protections available to W-2 participants who are or were victims of domestic violence.  It is to be given to all W-2 applicants and participants. Hmong and Spanish versions are also available. 

DCF Report 2012-13 Hard Copy

Use this form to collect your data and prepare your report before submitting it electronically. For questions about what to report, please contact Sharon Lewandowski, 608-266-0700. For help with generating data from Alice, contact Vicki at the End Abuse office: 608-255-0539.

DCF Reporting

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The below document shows you how to make changes in 2 service categories for accurate DCF reporting. The sooner you do it, the less existing data you'll have to change.

You'll need to stop using these categories, since there is no way to determine whether the services in those categories are DV or SA or Dual:

  • Children & Youth Activities
  • Specialized Professional Services

Follow the instructions in the document below to do it correctly!


Disability Rights Wisconsin

Disability Rights Wisconsin is the state's protection and advocacy agency. DRW provides advocacy and legal services for persons with developmetnal disabilities, serious mental illness or physical/sensory disabilities.

Discussions related to Police Use of Body Cameras
Domestic Violence Homicide Response Plan

WCADV’s Homicide Response Plan was developed by a workgroup comprised of Executive Directors fromdomestic violence and dual programs who came together as a result of experiencing andresponding to domestic violence homicides in their own communities. Our objective with thisdocument is to provide a framework for programs and their communities to develop a plan thatwill provide guidance in responding to a domestic violence homicide, whether the victim hadbeen a client or not. We hope to assist communities in responding in a supportive andcollaborative manner that encourages the further growth of their commitment to working together to end violence. 

Education Journal 22:2 Addressing the Health Consequences of Domestic Violence

This issue is about health care response to domestic violence.

Elder Abuse, Neglect and Family Violence: A Guide for Health Care Professionals

As a health care professional, you are not expected to “fix” or solve elder abuse, but you do have an opportunity to ask screening questions about family violence, listen to the patient and acknowledge her story, help break the patient’s isolation, offer support, talk about safety and connect the patient with local resources. For some victims, a health care provider may be the only professional contact and opportunity they have to disclose fears and seek help to break the isolation often associated with abuse.

Created by WCADV in collaboration with the Wisconsin Bureau of Aging and Disability Resources (2009 revision)

FAQs - Domestic Violence and Health Care

Frequently Asked Questions about Domestic Violence and Health Care.

Get Money, Get Safe

This web page, designed by the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, is intended to help survivors and advocates find resources and information about seeking economic assistance and security. Some of the resources are specific to Washington State but much of it is helpful to anyone.
Get Money, Get Safe website

Grant-making toolkit on LGBTQ communities of color

Funders for LGBTQ Issues launched a historic, online resource to help grantmakers understand the critical issues facing lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBTQ) communities of color. This toolkit includes a range of original funder tools, perspectives from foundation and nonprofit leaders in the field, related publications and much more. We hope to enhance the philanthropic conversation on opportunity, diversity and equity.

Growing Together Focus Groups on Domestic Violence and Mother-Child Relationships

In 2011, WCADV conducted six adult and two youth focus groups at DV programs in eight locations around Wisconsin. The purpose of these groups was to understand more about how DV has affected mother-child relationships and learn more about what these mothers and children need from DV programs. The focus grops were supplemented with information gathered from children in support groups in local domestic violence programs.  Here are the final reports from the focus groups and the children’s support groups.

Guide to Training New Children and Youth Advocates

The guide offers an introduction to the basic knowledge and skills that are important for children and youth (CY) advocates in Wisconsin domestic violence programs. It is a training tool for new CY advocates and their supervisors to use together. The guide is divided into two sections. The “Knowledge” section includes topics that children and youth advocates should become familiar with. These topics are arranged in approximate order of their importance to the job. The “Skills” section includes skills needed to do the job. Each topic contains a link to one or more free, web-based resources that provide newly-hired children and youth advocates with a basic foundation in each of these important job-related topics. Suggestions for using the guide are included.