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The DV Evidence Project online resource center is focused on how services impact survivors and their families, and combines research, evaluation, practice, and theory to inform critical thinking and enhance the field’s knowledge about effective services. The DV Evidence Project online resource center provides answers to two main questions:
As we continue to build evidence for what works, for whom, and under what circumstances, it is important that research and evaluation efforts include the voices and experiences of survivors, service providers, advocates, and community members. Ideally, research is done collaboratively with these experts.
Knowledge is power. The more DV service providers and advocates know about designing and conducting evaluation efforts the better those efforts will be. Well-structured evaluations of DV services can provide valuable information we need to continually improve our programs.
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