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Adopt the evidence-based CUES intervention to support survivors and prevent violence


CUES: an Evidence-Based Intervention

Providers should talk with all patients about the elements of healthy and unhealthy relationships, the health effects of violence, health promotion strategies, and resources. Learn more about an evidence-based intervention for addressing domestic violence in health settings. Use the evidence-based and trauma-informed intervention, CUES.

Setting Specific Training, Tools, and Strategies

A team-based approach is critical to the success of your program. Train all staff – from the front desk to physicians— to be able to have talk about about healthy relationships, respond to disclosures, and support survivors. There are many ways to tailor this evidence-based intervention to ensure that the support you are providing to survivors is setting specific and patient centered.

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