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Ending domestic violence must involve the entire community, and must include a focus on prevention. The strategies in CWP 3.0 were designed to incorporate education, advocacy, and active community engagement to ensure that all members of the Central Indiana community are informed about the issue of domestic violence, understand their individual opportunities to address the issue, and are engaged in efforts to end domestic violence, either formally or informally.

To learn more about the ongoing efforts toward this goal and the measures we are using to evaluate progress, please click on the information below.

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Through media campaigns and partnerships with schools, daycares, healthcare providers, community-based organizations and service providers, and employers, acculturate children to be respectful of self and others, educate youth about how to recognize and respond to unhealthy relationships, and advocate for policies designed to prevent and address unhealthy youth relationships.

To learn more about the ongoing efforts toward this goal and the measures we are using to evaluate progress, please click on the information below.

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Domestic violence victims and survivors must have access to culturally sensitive, comprehensive, integrated, evidence-based services and supports in order to safely and sustainably exit unsafe and unhealthy relationships. All sectors have a role to play in this effort – not just community service providers.

To learn more about the ongoing efforts toward this goal and the measures we are using to evaluate progress, please click on the information below.

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People who batter must be held accountable for their actions and must have opportunities for behavior modification and recovery. The criminal justice sector must be equipped to effectively identify and intervene to prevent domestic violence, and service providers, healthcare providers, community-based organizations, and employers can contribute to their recovery, as well, through programs, services, and policies.

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