The following programs were evaluated:
- Youth Healthy Relationship Initiative, Arab American Action Network, Chicago, IL. This program helps teen and young adult Arab Americans recognize IPV, reduce conflict, and develop healthy relationships.
- Youth Empowerment Project, Asian Taskforce Against Domestic Violence, Boston, MA. A leadership program for Asian teens to help them become agents of change and anti-IPV advocates in their communities.
- Chai Chats and Homophobia Busters, Asian Women’s Shelter, San Francisco, CA. Programs the Asian Pacific Islander (API) Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community and the wider API community to promote healthy relationships and reduce homophobia.
- Líderes, Casa de Esperanza, St. Paul, MN. A leadership program for Latina women and girls which teaches peer leadership, communication and presentation skills to prevent IPV.
- Dreaming and Visioning For a Better Tomorrow, Center for Pan Asian Community Services, Atlanta, GA. Educational workshops and support groups for Bhutanese and Burmese refugees to discuss IPV issues and give participants knowledge and skills for healthy relationships.
- Promotora, Enlace Comunitario, Albequerque, NM. A leadership training program for Latina immigrant survivors of IPV to become advocates against IPV in their community.
- Shimtuh, Korean Community Center of the East Bay, Oakland, CA. Faith-based programs for clergy and lay people to reduce IPV and build support for healthy relationships.
- Hombres Unidos Contra Violencia Familiar (Men United Against Family Violence), Migrant Clinicians Network, Austin, TX. This program works to reduce IPV by building upon positive cultural values in the Latino migrant worker community.
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