Full Frame Initiative

The Cherokee Family Violence Center is a member of the Full Frame Initiative’s Domestic and Sexual Violence (DSV) Cohort Demonstration Project. This Project is a multi-year endeavor bringing together 10 exemplary DSV organizations and a number of allies from across the country as a learning and action community. Together we will intentionally orient our work around the Five Domains of Wellbeing in order to reflect and support the “full frame” of survivors’ lives. This project will also pilot and refine participant assessment, tracking and outcome measure tools focused on the Five Domains of Wellbeing; evaluate the impact of the shift to a full frame approach on organizations and for survivors; and generate data about what works in helping survivors facing complex challenges.

In May 2014 FFI released a report of the DSV Cohort’s work and our collective call to action, to move the DSV field from services to reclaim our roots in social change and social justice.  A link to the DSV Cohort Report is available here.

DSV Cohort Members include:

Caminar Latino in Doraville, GA
Caminar Lation’s mission is to create possibilities for Latino families affected by violence to transform their lives and their communities. Caminar Latino has been serving the Latino community since 1990 and remains the first and only comprehensive domestic violence program for Latino families in Georgia.
Click here for more information about Caminar Latino.

Center for Hope and Healing in Lowell, MA
The Center for Hope and Healing (CHH) is dedicated to the healing and empowerment of survivors of rape and sexual assault through counseling, advocacy, and education and to preventing sexual violence in all its forms.
Click here for more information about the CHH.

The Cherokee Family Violence Center (CFVC) in Canton, GA
The Cherokee Family Violence Center’s mission is to enhance the safety of victims of intimate partner violence and their children through culturally and linguistically competent crisis intervention services.

Coburn Place Safe Haven in Indianapolis, IN
Coburn Place Safe Haven seek to improve intimate partner violence survivors’ immediate and long-term safety, overall well-being, long-term self-sufficiency, and permanent housing stability.
Click here for more information about Coburn Place Safe Haven.

District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH) in Washington, DC
District Alliance for Safe Housing (DASH) is an innovator in providing access to safe housing and services for survivors of domestic and sexual violence and their families as they rebuild their lives on their own terms.
Click here for more information about DASH.

DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence (DCCADV) in Washington, DC

DCCADV’s mission is to build a community where domestic violence is replaced with human dignity. We advance our mission through advocacy, community education, public policy, technical assistance and training, resource sharing and research.

Click here for more information about DCCADV.

Empower Yolo in Woodland, CA
[formerly: Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Center (SADVC)]

Empower Yolo’s mission is to eliminate sexual assault and domestic violence through sensitive prevention, intervention, and treatment.
Click here for more information about Empower Yolo.

Friendship Home in Lincoln, NE
Friendship Home exists to support, shelter, and advocate for victims of domestic violence and their children. Our goal for them is to break the cycle of violence and surround them with lessons of hope, understanding and acceptance.
Click here for more information about Friendship Home.

New Orleans Family Justice Center in New Orleans, LA
New Orleans Family Justice Center is a partnership of agencies dedicated to ending family violence, child abuse, sexual assault and stalking through prevention and coordinated response by providing comprehensive client – centered, empowerment services in a single location.
Click here for more information about the New Orleans Family Justice Center.

REACH Beyond Domestic Violence in Waltham, MA
REACH is committed to advancing the safety, healing and empowerment of those who experience domestic or relationship violence through direct services and education while promoting social justice for individuals and families of all backgrounds.
Click here for more information about REACH.

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