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eLearning Course: Safety at Home - Intimate Partner Violence, Military Personnel,
and Veterans


The Battered Women’s Justice Project (BWJP) is pleased to announce the release of five modules of the eLearning course, Safety at Home – Intimate Partner Violence, Military Personnel, and Veterans. The course is designed for advocates (military and civilian) who provide services to military-related families experiencing intimate partner violence. The course will also be helpful for social service and mental health practitioners who are working with these victims and their families. The self-paced course includes eight modules with mini-lectures, case studies, video clips, practice scenarios, and opportunities for self-assessment to test mastery of course content. Supplemental materials are available to download.

The following modules have been posted:

  • Context of Violence
  • Risk and Danger
  • Combat Stress
  • Co-Occurring Conditions and Intimate Partner Violence
  • Military and Veteran Cultural Competence
  • Collaboration, Memoranda of Understanding, and Jurisdiction

The following modules will be posted as they are completed:

  • Department of Defense Response to Intimate Partner Violence
  • National Guard, Reserves, and Department of Veterans Affairs Response to Intimate Partner Violence



The development and production of the e-learning course was funded under the auspices of the Avon Foundation for Women’s Speak Out Against Domestic Violence Initiative. More information about the Avon Foundation for Women is available at:
www.avonfoundation.org/.




The course supplements the current BWJP project, Building Effective Civilian Responses to Military-Related Victims of Intimate Partner Violence, which is funded by the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.




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