TC-TAT Prevention Tools

Catalyst Connections

Review the lastest issue of the Catalyst Connections, an online tool featuring articles, activity worksheets, and related resources to help advocates strengthen our gender analysis to support our prevention work in our communities.

Grow Forward: Lessons Learned from a National Assistance and Training Program

In 2012, Transforming Communities: Technical Assistance, Training and Resource Center (TC-TAT) launched a national training and technical assistance pilot project: Grow Forward: Building Lasting Organizational Capacity for Organizations Ending Violence Against Women.  A dedicated cohort of 23 OVW grantee organizations comprised of teams of advocates and leaders from across the country were selected to develop long-term, sustainable, organizational and leadership capacity-building strategies following an immersion institute that was held July 2013.

One in Spirit

This publication strives to capture the rich dialogue, successes, lessons learned and strategic questions from Transforming Communities: Technical Assistance, Training and Resource Center’s (TC-TAT) involvement in over 8 years of domestic violence (DV) prevention in faith and spiritual communities. In November 2010 many of those involved in these efforts convened for a Transfer of Knowledge (ToK) Gathering, which is also documented here.

Participatory Action Research: Unlocking the Knowledge, Experience, and Insight of People, Organizations, and Communities to Promote Justice and Equality

This publication provides an overview of the implementation efforts carried out by the organizations that participated in TC-TAT's one-day PAR workshop and follow-on technical assistance facilitated by Alisa Del Tufo, Founder of Threshold Collaborative in November 2013. 

Twelve Principles of Effective Prevention Programs

Principles 1-9 are adapted from Guidelines for the Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence & Intimate Partner Violence, Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance (2008) and based on practitioner experience as well as earlier research by Nation, M., Crusto, Cl, Wandersman, Al, Kumpfer, K.l., Seybolt, D., Morrissey-Kane, El, and Davino, K. (2002) “What works in prevention: Principles of Effective Prevention Programs.” American Psychologist, 58, 449-456.

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