On this page you will find our current public awareness campaign. Please click here for past campaigns.
DVAM 2017: No More/ No Mas: New Jersey Talks About Domestic Violence
Stay tuned for additional campaign resources & materials coming soon!
Having that first conversation can often be the most challenging. NO MORE has great resources on how you can help someone experiencing domestic violence: http://nomore.org/how-to-help/what-to-say/
The National Network to End Domestic Violence is also a great source of information and how-to knowledge. Click below to learn more and to participate in their DVAM 2016 activities! http://nnedv.org/news/4836-celebrating-domestic-violence-awareness-month-october-2016.html
Our members offer critical resources in every NJ county. Click here to get more information whether you are a survivor or a friend who wants to help. http://www.njcedv.org/project/memberprograms/
Learn about the breadth of services available in NJ here: http://www.njcedv.org/help/
This DVAM, we are focusing on our advocacy efforts at every level: from the statehouse to the field, we are raising critical awareness about the depth and strength of statewide programs and services. Join us. Everyone can do something to help another in an abusive intimate partner relationship. Together we can end domestic violence. #endDVinNJ #NJStrong #DVAM2016
Health Cares About Domestic & Sexual Violence Day
Learn more about how health care professionals are working together to end domestic violence in NJ through the Collaborative.
Child Abuse & the Intersection of Domestic Violence: Building Resiliency
How Does Domestic Violence Affect Children?
Please read the fact sheet below for information on focusing on your child’s strengths (resilience building).
Regarding building the resilience of children, Department of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P) uses the Five Protective Factors model:
- Parental Resilience
- Social Connections
- Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development
- Concrete Support in Times of Need
- Social-Emotional Competence of Children
Children who have at least one supportive, nurturing adult; opportunity to socialize with peers and participate in after school activities; have parents who understand and are responsive to their needs; have parents who have their own social networks and people that they can rely on in times of strife; and appropriate emotional outlets – have increased resiliency because all of these are resiliency builders.
Let us know what you think about this campaign or email us if you’d like more information. Thanks!