HRSA collaborated with federal partners and Futures Without Violence to conduct a two-year pilot study with 10 health centers and their social service partners on identifying strategies to address IPV in the primary care setting. These efforts led to the creation of a virtual toolkit on integrating IPV education into health centers. Through five essential steps, health centers and social service partners can build partnerships, adopt evidence-based interventions, promote patient education around IPV, and enhance practice policies, procedures, and capacities to improve long-term health and safety outcomes for women and their families. For more information click here.
Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Health Center Toolkit