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Supervised Visitation Program Technical Assistance Providers and National Partners

Clearinghouse on Supervised Visitation

Family Violence Prevention Fund

Mending the Sacred Hoop

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges

Office on Violence Against Women

Praxis International

Supervised Visitation Links and Articles:

Supervised Visitation Network

A Discussion of Accounting for Culture in Supervised Visitation Practices: The City of Chicago , Illinois Demonstration Site Experience. Funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women, December 2005.

The following reports are also available at :

  • Exploring the Question: How does the work of a visitation center produce or not produce safety for everyone involved? A report from the California Safe Havens Demonstration Site Safety Audit. Funded by the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women, February 2006.
  • Exploring the Question: What is the role of a supervised visitation center? Michigan Demonstration Site Safety and Accountability Audit Planning Assessment. Funded by the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women, June 2004.

Culture, Cultural Competence, and Domestic Violence:

Artichoker, K. and Gullikson, . (2003). Raising Public Awareness on Domestic Violence in Indian Country.

Bent-Goodley, T. B. (2005). Culture and domestic violence: Transforming knowledge development. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 20 (2), 195-203.

Canadian Council on Social Development. (2004, March 8). Nowhere to turn? Responding to partner violence against immigrant and visible minority women .

Domestic Violence Fact Sheets. Developed by the Women of Color Network.

Introductory Manual to Domestic Violence in Indian Country. Developed by Mending the Sacred Hoop.

Kim, M. (2002). Innovative Strategies to Address Domestic Violence in Asian and Pacific Islander Communities: Examining Themes, Models, and Interventions.

Medina , A. and Vasquez, J. (2004). Developing Linguistically and Culturally Responsive Materials for Latina Survivors of Domestic Violence.

Fernando Mederos, Domestic Violence and Culture: Moving Toward More Sophisticated Encounters (on file with author).

Ogawa, B., & Belle, A. S. (2002, June). Respecting diversity: Responding to underserved victims of crime. In A. Seymour, M. Murray, J. Sigmon, M. Hook, C. Edmunds, M. Gaboury, & G. Coleman (Eds.), National victim assistance academy textbook . .

St. George, R. (2001). Addressing Stalking in Indian Country.

Tervalon, M. & Murray-Garcia J. (1998). Cultural Humility versus Cultural Competence: A Critical Discussion in Defining Physician Training Outcomes in Multicultural Education. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved , 9:2, 117-125, 1998.

Vann, A. (2003). Developing Culturally-Relevant Responses to Domestic Abuse: Asha Family Services, Inc.

Victim Services: Promising Practices in Indian Country. Developed by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime (2004).

Williams, O. and Tubbs, C. (2002). Community Insights on Domestic Violence among African Americans: Conversations about Domestic Violence and other Issues Facing Their Community.

Yin-Wycoff, E. Cultural Competency: Its Impact on Victim Services , The CCASA Connection ( Colo. Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Denver, CO), Dec. 1999 at 1. .

For an in-depth bibliography on culture and domestic violence, visit