Here are displayed published articles and reports relating to Vermont Network, domestic and sexual violence, and other materials on pertinent topics.
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Domestic and sexual violence occur in every community in Vermont and often, this harm is hidden from view. Our new data snapshot helps provide context and shape to the experiences of thousands of Vermonters. In 2018 alone, Member Organizations of the Vermont Network helped 8,550 people. Learn more about how survivors throughout Vermont are supported in their communities. Click here … Read More
January 24, 2019
Our purpose is create a world free from oppression where actions, beliefs and systems support all people to thrive. This year’s legislative agenda is focused on ending domestic violence homicides, establishing housing protections for victims, and ensuring economic supports. Click here to read our full agenda.
January 9, 2019
October 9, 2018
Wallet-Cards to support survivors, and their family and friends (in English & Spanish). These handy little booklets (3 ½ x2 ”) provide useful information and guidance. Hard copies available. Email or phone your requests to email@example.com or 802/ 223-1302 x 1104, and remember to include your mailing address.
August 6, 2018
Click here to view a summary of laws passed during Vermont’s 2018 legislative session that impact victims and survivors of stalking, sexual assault and domestic violence.
June 22, 2018
Hard copies available. Email or phone your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or (802)223-1302 ext. 1104, and please include your mailing address.
February 12, 2018
The Consent Campaign Guidebook is an essential tool for promoting healthy relationships in your school community. The Guidebook contains step-by-step advice for creating a Consent Campaign, lesson plans for grades 7-10, and helpful materials and resources.
August 29, 2017
The 2017 Legislative Wrap-Up contains detailed information about the bills and statutes passed in the Vermont Legislature during the 2017 legislative session. This year’s wrap up includes information on bills related to sexual violence, disarming abusive individuals and economic justice priorities.
July 13, 2017
The 2016 annual report of Vermont domestic violence homicide related statistics and recommendations from the Vermont Fatality Review Commission.
April 27, 2017
Wholesome Bodies is a sexual violence prevention curriculum for adults who have children and teens in their lives. Curriculum activities focus on developing healthy sexuality and supporting cultural shifts towards healthy sexuality. Wholesome Bodies Welcome Letter Supplemental Instructions Wholesome Bodies Facilitators Guide Wholesome Bodies Participant Workbook Hard copies available. Email or phone your requests to email@example.com or 802/ 223-1302 x … Read More
April 26, 2017
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