CAP Disseminated in Monterrey, Mexico

With funding provided by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), an exploratory study was implemented in Monterrey, Mexico, aimed at exploring the feasibility of implementing the CAP model in a Mexican context. Specifically, in close collaboration with CIFAC, a leading NGO in Monterrey, 27 women survivors of IPV were exposed to the CAP […]

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Examining the Impact of Mobile Advocacy and Flexible Funding on Domestic Violence Survivors’ Housing Stability and Well-being

Dr. Cris Sullivan, who originally developed the Community Advocacy Project in collaboration with domestic violence survivors in the 1980s, is now working with the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence to longitudinally examine the impact of mobile advocacy and flexible funding on the long-term well-being of domestic violence survivors and their children. Domestic Violence Housing First (DVHF) is […]

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Offshoot of MSU’s Community Advocacy Project Wins Award

Nicole Allen

Professor Nicole Allen of the University of Illinois has replicated and modified The Community Advocacy Project for over 10 years. A former student of Dr. Sullivan’s, and MSU alum, she recently won the 2014-2015 Campus Award for Excellence in Public Engagement. Due to her efforts, the Advocacy Project at University of Illinois now serves girls […]

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