New Resource – Member Programs’ Survey

Since 2013, NCDVTMH has been working with state/territory domestic and sexual violence coalitions to measure changes in their member programs’ capacity for engaging in work from a trauma-informed perspective. To this end, NCDVTMH developed the Member Programs Survey (MPS) for state/territory domestic and sexual violence coalitions, with core sections on organizational approaches to becoming more trauma-informed; availability of trauma- specific, culturally specific, and trauma-informed services; challenges and strengths in responding to the trauma-related needs of survivors; and supports available for program staff members, including trainings on trauma-informed approaches. This report provides baseline results from the MPS’s core sections, which show the remarkable depth, range, and diversity of trauma-informed practices being used by 211 domestic and sexual violence programs across 10 states.

The Member Programs’ Survey: Initial Summary of Key Results

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