The National Center to Advance Peace for Children, Youth and Families (NCAP) was created in response to the reality that involvement in the child welfare and child custody systems can cause irreparable harm to survivors of domestic violence, especially those from Black, Indigenous, and Latinx families and because we believe our communities have the capacity to solve our own problems. As a result, the NCAP is a partnership with Black and Indigenous communities and partners that include Ujima National Center on Domestic Violence in the African American Community, National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, the Alaska Native Women Resource Center, and Futures Without Violence.
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The National Center to Advance Peace for Children, Youth and Families aims to
Deliver training and technical assistance (TA)
We offer tailored training and TA that combines content expertise, critical and analytical thinking skills, and identification and development of tools and resources to help solve problems facing those who work with survivors of domestic violence.
Promote public awareness of domestic violence, dating violence, equity, COVID-19, and other intersecting areas
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Improve analysis and access to effective research, evaluation, and policy
We promote policy that outlines appropriate, trauma-informed, survivor-centered responses and use research and evaluation to strengthen programming and policy that encourages transformational collaborations and systems change.
Ujima is a clearinghouse for research literature, webinars, national issue forums, regional trainings, community-specific roundtables, blogs, articles, and on-site technical assistance.
Providing national leadership to end violence against American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian women by lifting up the collective voices of grassroots advocates and offering culturally grounded resources, technical assistance and training, and policy development to strengthen tribal sovereignty.
The Alaska Native Women’s Resource Center is dedicated to strengthening local, tribal government’s responses through community organizing efforts advocating for the safety of women and children in their communities and homes, especially against domestic and sexual abuse and violence.
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Please call our Resource Line at this number to instantly connect with team members for critical thinking discussions and relevant cutting-edge materials, solutions, referrals, and resources in English and Spanish. Team members can communicate with callers who speak other languages and those who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
The production of this website was supported by Grant 90EV0531 from the Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families. Its contents are solely the responsibility of Caminar Latino-Latinos United for Peace and Equity and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families.