Trauma-Informed Care Evaluation Report

Starting in 2015 and funded by the Blue Shield Foundation of California, Rainbow Services completed a two-year, agency wide transition to a trauma-informed theoretical framework. The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health conducted an evaluation of this project and produced this report, including an in-depth analysis of survey responses from survivors.

From Power Over to Power With: Applying a Trauma-Informed Approach to Our Work

A document developed by Rainbow detailing our transition to a fully trauma-informed organization, intended to be used as a reference for agencies who may be interested in adopting a trauma-informed framework.

Survey for The Center for Violence-Free Relationships

The Center for Violence-Free Relationships and seven California-based domestic violence organizations including Rainbow Services have administered a survey to see how early in life survivors were concerned about unhealthy relationships and to measure the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) on their lives.  This analysis is based on 520 surveys conducted by these organizations.

DV-HS Coalition

Rainbow Services and The Downtown Women’s Center has developed a partnership with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA), the City Attorney’s office, and County Supervisor Kuehl’s office to address women entering homelessness as a result of DV and to improve their access to permanent housing.

DVHSC Focus Group Report – Survivor Solutions to Program and Systems Change

The Domestic Violence and Homeless Services Coalition (DVHSC) is a group in Los Angeles committed to decreasing the number of women experiencing homelessness as a result of domestic violence.  They have shared their findings from focus groups conducted throughout LA County with domestic violence survivors who had experienced homelessness.

How California’s Housing Crisis Affects Victims of Domestic Violence

An article by our Executive Director discussing the lack of affordable housing and how it affects victims of domestic violence.

Establishing Domestic Violence Housing First in California

An evaluation of the DVHF model as implemented by 8 agencies (one of which is Rainbow Services) in 2016.

DVHF Infographic Summary

A summary of the key findings from the process evaluation above.

LAHSA Ad Hoc Committee on Women’s Homelessness – Report and Recommendations

Recommendations provided through a partnership between LAHSA, the LA City Attorney’s Office, Downtown Women’s Center, and Rainbow to address the intersection between DV and homelessness.

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