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This short toolkit provides basic information about domestic violence for mental health professionals, including types of abuse, indicators, screening and risk assessment, safety planning, and connecting with community programs. Download the PDF below and view the accompanying webinar, "Safety and Ethical Considerations for Mental Health Providers Responding to Domestic Violence," by clicking here.
The 2013 edition of Oregon's Domestic Violence Fatality Review Report is now available for viewing. This report includes a wide variety of incidents that take place in the context of a family or household. We track incidents involving roommates, care providers, people related by blood or marriage including extended family, current and former intimate partners, the extended family of current and former intimate partners, and cases of prostitution (covered under the term intimate partner).