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External link Shattered Lives: Homicides, Domestic Violence and Asian Families Exit Disclaimer
The document reviews 160 cases of domestic-violence-related homicides in Asian, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander families and explores the nature and types of domestic violence homicides, as well as patterns in its victims and perpetrators. Detailed findings offer a glimpse into the complexity of the issue and its effects on women, children, families and communities.
External link Building Domestic Violence Health Care Responses in Indian Country: A Promising Practices Report Exit Disclaimer
This document focuses on highlights the improvements in the health system’s response to domestic violence at Indian, Tribal and Urban health care facilities across the United States.
External link Intimate Partner Violence Fact Sheet [PDF | 162KB]
Intimate Partner Violence Fact Sheet
External link Frequently Asked Questions - "Date Rape" Drug (Rohypnol)
Frequently Asked Questions - "Date Rape" Drug (Rohypnol)
External link Bright Futures for Families: What You Can Do to Prevent Violence
Bright Futures for Families: What You Can Do to Prevent Violence



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