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Prevention Strategies - Intimate Partner/Sexual Violence


Prevention Resources

The CDC states prevention efforts should reduce the occurrence of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) by promoting healthy, respectful, and non-violent relationships. Healthy relationships can be promoted by addressing change at all levels of society that influence IPV: individual, relationship, community, and society. Additionally, effective prevention efforts reduce known risk factors for IPV and promote healthy relationships.


Strategic Partners:

West Virginia Office of Maternal, Child and Family Health Home Visitation Program

West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services

West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence



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West Virginia Violence and Injury Prevention Program (WVVIPP) Room 427 350 Capitol Street Charleston, WV 25301
Phone: 1-800-642-9704