Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): A primer
The intersectionality of IPV and homelessness
How and why does IPV happen: Risk & protective factors
What can we do?: Service provisions
What does housing have to do with it?
Can we prevent IPV?
Bundle Reference and Resources
Intimate Partner Violence & Homelessness
Intimate partner violence and homelessness are deeply interconnected. This six-session tapas bundle highlights vulnerable populations, outlines risk and protective factors, and promotes the combination of housing and services to address this complex public health issue. Using an intersectional, recovery-oriented, trauma-informed lens, the series delves into strategies to best support client needs, while being mindful of self-care.
Meet the Instructor
Lindsay Morrissey was a Communications Assistant at the Center for Social Innovation. She is a public health professional with experience in health communication, women's health research, and violence prevention. Lindsay has a Master of Public Health with a concentration in Social and Behavioral Science from Boston University and a B.A. in Psychology from Smith College.
The tapas in this bundle include:
- Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): A primer (3 mins)
- The intersectionality of IPV and homelessness (9 mins)
- How and why does IPV happen: Risk & protective factors (6 mins)
- What can we do?: Service provisions (6 mins)
- What does housing have to do with it? (3 mins)
- Can we prevent IPV (5 mins)
- Estimated length: 32 minutes
- Subject: IPV & homelessness
- Course type: Self-paced, short video tutorials
- Covered topics: Intimate partner violence, homelessness, trauma-informed care, trauma, self-care