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People who have experienced domestic and sexual violence, like all of us, are more than their problems and crises. And like all of us, they are hard-wired to increase their access to not just safety, but also stability, social connectedness, mastery and meaningful access to relevant resources – the universal needs and experiences essential to health and hope (the Five Domains of Wellbeing).
This toolkit, part of a collaboration between the Full Frame Initiative and Alliance for Hope International, explores the intersection of safety and wellbeing and how existing safety plans can be assessed and improved upon to support survivors in accessing long-term wellbeing. The toolkit contains wellbeing key concepts, including the concept of tradeoffs, and a detailed process by which organizations and programs can analyze their current safety planning tools and approaches through the lens of wellbeing.
The system is rigged, and the solution isn’t just to create more programs for people harmed by these unfair systems. The solution is to reimagine these systems to make our country fairer and more equitable for everyone — which means ensuring that the places where we work, live, play and pray tap into people’s drive for wellbeing, instead of undermining wellbeing for some and enabling it for others.
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