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Employee Education
This section provides a library of materials that can be shared with your employees. Includes information such as Dos & Don'ts to Minimize Violence and baby care tips a sample article entitled Open Your Eyes to Partner Violence at Work.
Domestic Violence Counts - 2006 Census
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In November 2006, 1,243 out of 2,016 identified local domestic violence programs across the United States participated in the first National Census of Domestic Violence Services (NCDVS). Designed to address the safety and confidentiality needs of victims, this Census collected an unduplicated, non-invasive count of adults and children who received critical services from local domestic violence programs during the 24-hour survey period. Since approximately 62% of local domestic violence programs in the U.S. participated, this Census provides a powerful glimpse but remains an undercount of the actual number of victims who sought and received services from local domestic violence programs nationwide in a 24-hour period. The 2006 NCDVS results are highlighted in this report, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COUNTS, released March 13, 2007 by the National Network to End Domestic Violence.
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