FVPF

AcronymDefinition
FVPFFamily Violence Prevention Fund
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See Dasgupta, Sustainable Safety, supra note 191, at 2-3 (hypothesizing that "institutions of funding also funnel our work towards crisis intervention," as opposed to addressing long term needs); FVPF Report, supra note 203, at 19 (recognizing need for funding to support "real community organizing and leadership opportunities for women").
For example, FVPF (1999) produced a series of clinical guidelines on routine domestic violence screening (available online at http://new.vawnet.org/Assoc_Files_VAW net/screpol.pdf).
The Health Resource Center is a project of the Family Violence Prevention Fund (FVPF), sponsored by the U.S.
"The health setting is often the safest place for these women to seek help," says FVPF Executive Director Esta Soler.
The survey was conducted by the Family Violence Prevention Fund (FVPF) in collaboration with the San Francisco Injury Center for Research and Prevention (SFICRP).