IDVAAC Executive Director Dr. Oliver Williams’ presentation “Battered Women’s Perspectives on Healing: Report on Focus Group Responses” identified the five stages of healing women typically experience when healing from domestic violence.
IDVAAC’s annual conference in beautiful Long Beach, Calif. will focus on the topic of finding a path to healing for victims of domestic violence, and will include informative and engaging presentations, practical information, interactive sessions and artistic expressions.
IDVAAC latest reports, “Community Insights on Domestic Violence among African Americans,” assess how domestic violence and other issues impact Minneapolis, Minn.; Memphis, Tenn.; Birmingham, Ala.; Seattle, Wash.; Greenville, N.C.; San Francisco, Calif.; Detroit, Mich.; and Philadelphia, Penn.
IDVAAC Steering Committee Member Joyce Thomas will be inducted as a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing (AAN) on November 11th, 2007.
Long legacy of human rights activist, advocate against domestic violence and IDVAAC Wellstone Humanitarian Award winner
DVAAC is pleased to announce that its Safe Return Initiative DVD received a bronze (second place) 2006 Telly Award, an international award with more than 12,000 submissions from around the world.