An Essential Tool: Safety Planning – Mathews, Cunningham & Gonzalez – 2011
Presented by Donna Mathews, Cindy Cunningham and Lori Gonzalez, and hosted by the Alliance in May of 2011, this webinar provides an overview of how to safety plan in a multi-disciplinary, co-located setting. The webinar cover the basics of safety planning, use of safety plans, how to gather essential information from victims to understand their danger and enhance and advocate for their safety. The presenters also use case studies to put key concepts into practice and share how collaborating with others at a Family Justice Center increases a victim’s access to resources and safety.
Safety Plan Personalized for Teens – NW Ohio – 2005
Created by the Family Justice Center of Northwest Ohio in September of 2005, this is a personalized safety plan for teens. It attends to general safety and safety at home.
Safety Plan – FJC Tacoma – 2007
Created by the Crystal Judson Family Justice Center in November of 2007, this brochure details safety planning for victims of domestic violence. it addresses safety during an explosive accident, how leaving can be the most dangerous time, what to take when you leave, how to be safe at home, safety and emotional health, safety and the children, and safety on the job. It also provides contact information for further resources and support.
Brochure for Victim Resources & Safety Plan – Bexar 12-03-08
This brochure, created by the Bexar County FJC in December of 2008, provides information about safety planning and includes an overview of the cycle of violence.
Personalized Safety Plan – Gwinn, Hart, Stuehling-1992
Written by Casey Gwinn, and adapted by Barbara Hart and Jane Stuehling in 1992, the Personalized Safety Plan is a sample document which can be used to tailor the steps for increased safety to any individual. It includes information regarding safety during a violent incident, safety when preparing to leave, safety at home, safety with a protection order, safety on the job and in public, safety and emotional health, items to take when leaving, and telephone numbers to know.