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At Blue Shield of California Foundation, we believe that multiple systems are a part of the story of domestic violence, and therefore a part of its prevention. The Downtown Women’s Center in LA , a...
The Foundation recently updated its priorities with three new multidisciplinary tracks to turn California into the healthiest state and end domestic violence.
A future without domestic violence can be a reality if we take a two-pronged approach.
El nuevo coronavirus introdujo un sinfín de incertidumbre en nuestras vidas, pero también ha expuesto desigualdades que ya estaban presentes en nuestra sociedad, y, en algunos casos las ha hecho aún más pronunciadas.
What determines how a family experiences the wide-ranging social and economic effects of COVID-19? We review current data from our PerryUndem survey.
We explore five ways communities of the future can prevent domestic violence.
This article previously appeared in The Chronicle of Philanthropy : A physician notices bruises on a patient during a physical exam. When asked, the patient reveals that she is regularly abused by...
Reimagine Lab: Preventing cycles of violence, now and into the future is a human-centered design lab supported by the Foundation that produced new and innovative solutions to breaking the cycle of...
Learn how History Reimagined aims to break the cycle of domestic violence and the school-to-prison pipeline by building the confidence, resilience, trust, and agency of at-risk youth.
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