Building Evidence for Domestic Violence Services and Interventions: Challenges, Areas of Opportunity, and Research Prioritiesclick to download
Authors & Acknowledgement Statement
This report was prepared by National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (Anne Menard and Cris Sullivan, Ph.D., Michigan State University), and Center for Policy Research (Jessica Pearson, Ph.D. and Echo Rivera, Ph.D.). The core project team also included Madeline Solan, MMP, and Stephanie Acker Housman, MPA, ASPE and Marylouise Kelley, Ph.D. FVPSA, Director.
Report & Project Background
This document summarizes the findings from the Building Evidence for Domestic Violence Services & Interventions study, including the results of a systematic literature review, interviews with subject matter experts, and the discussions over the course of a two day roundtable convening of experts. The purpose of this paper is to: 1) briefly describe the current state of the evidence for domestic violence services and interventions, and 2) highlight innovative and concrete areas of opportunity, identified by subject matter experts, for building this evidence base.
Issue(s): Gender-Based Violence
Focus Area(s): Domestic Violence Program Innovations
Issues & Focus Areas
- Child Support
- Child Welfare
- Early Childhood & Education
- Economic Security & Healthcare
- Father Engagement & Healthy Relationships
- Gender-Based Violence