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Resource library
Domestic Violence Resource Guide
This resource guide provides basics information on domestic violence, as well as links to find additional information on domestic violence.
Conversation Guide: Starting the Discussion About HIV/AIDS
This guide provides general guidelines, specific questions, and best practices, as well as suggestions about referral if a survivor discloses her/his HIV/AIDS status.
Conversation Guide: Starting the Discussion About Domestic Violence
This conversation guide can help ease hesitation in talking about violence with clients, while creating an opportunity for service providers to continue getting to know clients as individuals.