Over the past 10 years, we’ve developed groundbreaking, highly scalable tools and resources in collaborations with leading researchers and institutions and using the best-known practices in the field that have never existed before, to help as many children and adults impacted as possible. These tools were each built separately, as stand-alone tools, to be used individually. Each tool serves a similar purpose but is intended for a slightly different constituency or age group, and uses a different medium (as we know different people learn differently) to deliver essential information and education about CDV. However, they are also interconnected and complement each other in a number of essential ways. So, in working with leading partner organizations nationwide over the past 3 years, we realized the tools optimize the outcomes and benefit when used TOGETHER. Together, they cover the full spectrum of ages and applications. So, we packaged all of them, along with supporting materials and information, into 1 box – the CDV TOOLKIT.
The CDV TOOLKIT
To build awareness, understanding, and sharing surrounding the issue of Childhood Domestic Violence, we have created the CDV Toolkit – a compilation of unprecedented tools we’ve developed over the past 10 years that have never existed before, to help those impacted by CDV…or those who care for, work with, or mentor them.
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Individual Tools in the TOOLKIT
-Bestseller on New York Times and 5 other lists
-First book ever written for anyone who grew up with CDV or anyone who cares about someone who did
-Audiobook & e-Book also available
-Forward by Tony Robbins
-Comes with a group Discussion Guide
-Available for institutional licensing
-First to examine CDV from the viewpoint of childhood
-42-minute run time, 1 hour can include discussion
-Appropriate for age 15 and older
-Comes with a group Discussion Guide
Emmy – Nominated Nick News Segment
-Produced collaboratively with Nickelodeon
-22-minute run time, 45 minutes can include discussion
-Intended for ages 5-17
-Comes with a group Discussion Guides
TOOLKIT Training Guide
Its overview of the CDV TOOLKIT, contents, and how to optimize each tool.
Book Discussion Guide
Summarizes the leading knowledge in the field, the highlights of the book, and the step by step process for hosting a successful group discussion or training.
Film Discussion Guide
Provides a guide to planning and executing a successful private or public film screening and post-screening discussion.
Nick News Discussion Guide
Provides a guide to planning and executing a successful private or public film screening and post-screening discussion. Includes a section specifically on how to talk to children about Childhood Domestic Violence (CDV).
CDV Truth Pendant 1
Copper pendant with the first letter of each of the 10 TRUTHS engraved on each side.
CDV Truth Pendant 2
Silver pendant with first letter of each of the 10 TRUTHS engraved on each side.
To request a full toolkit demo or custom training program custom-tailored to your organization’s needs, using the tools above, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help deliver these tools to those who need them most
Would you like to help someone impacted by Childhood Domestic Violence? Below are 3 ways in which you can help land these tools and resources in the hands of those who need them most.
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BEYOND THE CDV TOOLKIT
The CDV TOOLKIT is an excellent starting point for building greater awareness and understanding of CDV, among those impacted by CDV or those who work with or care about them. But for those who interact with impacted children in particular, additional information and training is often needed to optimize their ability and confidence to optimally intervene effectively.
Our free, 30-min, evidence-based online program CHANGE A LIFE is a good next step for teaching you the key actions and even the simple words to say that can make a significant difference.
The CHANGE A LIFE Program
The Change A Life program is a first-of-its-kind, empirically tested, evidence-based, self-administered online program developed to prepare caring adults to step in and be a protective factor for children impacted by CDV. Developed by the world’s leading researcher and endorsed by the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, it was created to help increase an individual’s knowledge about the effects of CDV and give them greater confidence in their ability to help children who grow up with violence in their homes, as well as support friends or other adults who experienced CDV in childhood. To take CHANGE A LIFE now, CLICK HERE.