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What victims of domestic violence should know about Florida's Welfare Transition Program (WTP). Frequently Asked Questions What is Florida's Welfare Transition Program (WTP)? (See Answer) What are the eligibility requirements for WTP? (See Answer)...
Immigration & Domestic Violence Frequently Asked QuestionsIf you have questions or concerns about the contents of this page, please call the Special Projects Coordinator at (850)425-2749. General Immigration Information If you are a Refugee or...
Why are we doing this work? According to the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), along with fear, domestic violence survivors cite income and financial security as the strongest deterrents to leaving an abusive relationship. In 98...
FCADV conducts the Annual Survivor Listening Project to hear firsthand about current survivor experiences throughout Florida. This project was instituted to ensure the voices of survivors continue to guide programmatic standards and to inform the...
Bake Sale Overview Bake sales are an easy way to fundraise within your school or community. They involve buying or making food and desserts to sell. Remember to ask permission to be sure it is okay to bring in the food you are going to sell. How?...
The First Meeting  The first meeting is important because it lays the foundation for the club and is the first impression your members will have. It is the perfect time to get to know each other, the topic and set the direction of the club. Use...
Social networking is a great tool to tell people about your meeting or event. You could also post flyers around your school or community, get a message placed in the daily announcements, get listed in a community or school newspaper, send out an...
Now that you have researched and are well-informed about your topic, it is time to gain support! Tell friends, family members, teachers and other people who you think will be supportive about your idea. Do not be discouraged if you are having...
Once you figure out what your focus will be, the next step is to become knowledgeable about your topic of interest. Collecting information will help to formulate your ideas and explain them to others. Go ahead, explore your topic and decide what...
Mission and Vision The Youth Advisory Board’s mission is to spread awareness, develop techniques for the prevention of teen dating violence, and connect students across the state. FCADV’s mission is to create a violence free world by empowering...
Get the Facts on Dating Violence Want to learn more about teen dating violence? Click here to access information about teen dating violence and action steps for youth who are interested in engaging in teen dating violence prevention activities in...
QUICK LINKS: Toolkit Overview Primary Prevention Introduction Working with Individuals (Individual Level) Working with Peers and Families (Relationship Level) Working with Communities (Community Level) Work to Change Societal Norms and Values (...
In 2007 FCADV received funding dedicated to initiating statewide prevention initiatives among FCADV's forty-two member programs from Governor Charlie Crist's Office and the Florida Department of Children and Families. FCADV's Primary Prevention...
Primary prevention is any action, strategy or policy that prevents intimate partner violence (IPV) from initially occurring. Primary prevention seeks to reduce the overall likelihood that anyone will become a victim or a perpetrator by creating...
Overview of Florida's DELTA Program Since 2002, FCADV has worked with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to develop and implement the Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances (DELTA) program. In...
Registration now open for FCADV’s 20th annual Rural Domestic Violence Statewide Training Institute: Embracing Culture, Seeking Justice, Fostering Collaboration! Register Now Learn More   The FCADV Rural Resource Center (RRC) is designed to support...
Watch the video below to find out about FCADV's services, communicated through the use of American Sign Language.
Below are versions of certain tips for a safety plan, for our users and advocates who might be blind or have low vision. It is always recommended to contact your local domestic violence center to do a detailed, personalized safety plan that will be...
Abuse in Later Life Online Course: For Florida's Domestic Violence Advocates Creating Accessible Domestic Violence Services Online Course: For Florida's Domestic Violence Advocates Request onsite training or technical assistance on any of the...
The Statewide 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline is accessible via relay services and TTY. Deaf Survivors and other survivors using relay services, dial 711 and provide the hotline number 1-800-500-1119 to the relay operator. TTY users may dial the...