Domestic Violence and Homelessness 101

The following resources were developed to help advocates learn the basics of how domestic violence and homelessness intersect.

Resources

  • Safe Housing Needs Assessment Overview 2018- Download pdf 
  • Point-in-Time Count Fact Sheet on Identifying Survivors of Domestic Violence- Download pdf

Webinar: The Intersection of Domestic & Sexual Violence
and Homelessness

This webinar was originally broadcast on June 7, 2017. It was designed for programs who participate/want to participate in their Continuum of Care, as well as NOFA applicants.

Examine the specific barriers survivors face in accessing and maintaining safe housing as this webinar explores the myriad of responses to survivors’ safe housing needs ranging from legal protections, innovative housing program models, and partnerships across the homeless and victim service sectors. Learn about capacity building tools, trainings and resources for homeless/housing and victim advocates available through NASH and the DVHTAC. To aid in applicants, concepts and topics are connected to the HUD NOFA.

Authors: Kris Billhardt, Larisa Kofman & Suzanne Marcus, of the National Alliance for Safe Housing; Britt Manzo, U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness; Linda Olsen, WSCADV

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For Survivors

If you are in danger, please call 911, a local hotline, or the U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224. Avoid using a computer that could be accessed by a person who may cause harm, and learn more technology safety tips.

Please note that NASH is not a direct service provider and does not provide individual counseling, crisis response, housing advocacy, or legal services. We have compiled a brief list of resources for survivors here.

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If you are in danger, please call 911, a local hotline, or the U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224. Avoid using a computer that could be accessed by a person who may cause harm, and learn more technology safety tips.

Please note that NASH is not a direct service provider and does not provide individual counseling, crisis response, housing advocacy, or legal services. We have compiled a brief list of resources for survivors here.