Safety and Sobriety Manual
Best Practices in Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse

January 2005

If you have any questions regarding the documents found in the Appendix Resource, please contact Teresa Tudor via email or at 217-558-6192.


Appendices:

  • Screening Tools
    • Screening Guidelines Developed by Pilot Sites
    • Screening Tools for Substance Abuse
    • Screening Tools for Domestic Violence
  • Tool Kit
    • Wheels - Diagrams
      1. Use of Power and Control Wheels
      2. Power and Control Wheel
      3. Power and Control Model for Women's Substance Abuse
      4. Power and Control in Lesbian, Gay, Transgender & Bisexual Relationships
      5. Lesbian/Gay Power and Control Wheel
      6. Advocacy Wheel
      7. Equality Wheel
      8. Abuse of Children Wheel
      9. Nurturing Children Wheel
      10. Children Coping with Family Violence Wheel
      11. Community Accountability Wheel
      12. Immigrant Power and Control Wheel
      13. Three Circles Power and Control Wheel
  • Handouts
    • Cycle of Violence
    • Manifestations of Violence
    • Tactics of Power and Control in Intimate Relationships Involving HIV/AIDS
    • 10 Myths About Lesbian and Gay Domestic Violence
    • Sample Personalized Safety Plan
  • More handouts
    • Woman Abuse/Substance Abuse: What is the Relationship?
    • Naming the Problem
    • Safety at Support Group Meetings
    • Using 12 Step Groups
    • Sorting Out Messages
  • Forms
    • Confidentiality -- Legal Protection
    • Confidentiality of Drug and Alcohol Patient lnformation
    • Prohibition on Redisclosure of lnformation
    • Consent for Release of Confidential lnformation
    • Sample Mutual Services Agreement
  • Articles
    • Domestic Violence and Chemical Dependency: Languages Different
    • Key Assumptions of the DV Community
    • How can Your AODA Program Better Respond to Issues of Domestic Violence?
    • What are the differences between lntimate Partner Abuse Intervention Programs and Anger Management Programs?