Startsida
Hjälp
Sök i LIBRIS databas

     

 

Sökning: onr:19920530 > Home safe home :

Home safe home : housing solutions for survivors of intimate partner violence / Hilary Botein and Andrea Hetling.

Botein, Hilary, 1965- (författare)
Hetling, Andrea, 1971- (författare)
ISBN 9780813585857
Publicerad: New Brunswick, New Jersey : Rutgers University Press, 2016
Engelska xii, 174 pages
Serie: Violence against women and children series
  • Bok
Innehållsförteckning Sammanfattning Ämnesord
Stäng  
  • Machine generated contents note: Preface and AcknowledgmentsIntroduction -- Part IWhy Long-Term Housing for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence?Chapter 1"Why Doesn't She Leave?": Intimate Partner Violence and Housing InstabilityChapter 2"How Does Housing Help?": A "Services Light" Long-Term Housing Model -- Part IIThe Current Policy and Service Environment: How Did We Get Here?Chapter 3First Stop: Emergency Shelters and Transitional ProgramsChapter 4Mismatch between US Social Policy and Intimate Partner Violence -- Part IIIAn Evolving Approach: Long-Term HousingChapter 5National Overview: Legislative Response and Program VariationsChapter 6Developing Program Theory and Goals: Long-Term Housing with ServicesChapter 7Survivor Perspectives on Program Theory and Models -- Part IVNext Steps?Chapter 8Moving Forward: Research and Policy -- Epilogue: A Practitioner's Perspective -- AppendixBibliographyIndex.
  • "Housing matters for everyone, as it provides shelter, security, privacy, and stability. For survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV), housing takes on an additional meaning; it is the key to establishing a new life, free from abuse. IPV survivors often face such inadequate housing options, however, that they must make excruciating choices between cycling through temporary shelters, becoming homeless, or returning to their abusers.Home Safe Home offers a multifaceted analysis that accounts for both IPV survivors' needs and the practical challenges involved in providing them with adequate permanent housing. Incorporating the varied perspectives of the numerous housing providers, activists, policymakers, and researchers who have a stake in these issues, the book also lets IPV survivors have their say, expressing their views on what housing and services can best meet their short and long-term goals. Researchers Hilary Botein and Andrea Hetling not only examine the federal and state policies and funding programs determining housing for IPV survivors, but also provide detailed case studies that put a human face on these policy issues.As it traces how housing options and support mechanisms for IPV survivors have evolved over time, Home Safe Home also offers innovative suggestions for how policymakers and advocates might work together to better meet the needs of this vulnerable population"-- 
  • "Housing matters for everyone. Decent housing provides shelter, security, privacy, stability, and, for homeowners, a means to build assets. For survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV), housing takes on an additional meaning; it is the key to establishing a new life free from abuse. IPV survivors often face inadequate housing options, forcing them to choose among unappealing options, such as cycling through temporary shelters, becoming homeless, or returning to an abuser. Home Safe Home bridges the divide among various disciplines and actors to explore both the needs of IPV survivors and the practicalities of programs, policies, and funding, and in doing so, analyzes how to design and expand appropriate, effective, and feasible housing models for survivors. The story that the book tells is specific and rooted concretely in the issues of IPV and housing, but also general in that it illustrates the varied influences that shape social policy. Through case studies, historical and contemporary descriptions of policies and programs, and interviews with survivors, advocates, and providers, the book leads its reader through the process of defining and understanding the challenges and presents an innovative approach and next steps. We propose a housing continuum that begins with emergency shelters and proceeds directly to long-term housing options, without time limits and with trauma-informed supports designed to provide stability and, for some, also the flexibility to move on to other homes"-- 

Ämnesord

Våld i nära relationer  (sao)
Våld i familjen  (sao)
Våld mot kvinnor  (sao)
Boende  (sao)
Bostäder  (sao)
Abused women  -- Housing -- United States. (LCSH)
Family violence  -- United States. (LCSH)
Women  -- Violence against -- United States. (LCSH)
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Social Work.  (bisacsh)
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Women's Studies.  (bisacsh)
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Social Services & Welfare.  (bisacsh)
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Violence in Society.  (bisacsh)
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Poverty & Homelessness.  (bisacsh)
Dwellings  (LCSH)
Housing  (LCSH)
Family violence  (LCSH)
Housing  (LCSH)
United States  -- Social policy. (LCSH)
Förenta staterna  (sao)

Klassifikation

HV1445 (LCC)
363.59 (DDC)
Ohcf (kssb/8 (machine generated))
Inställningar Hjälp

Titeln finns på 4 bibliotek. 

Bibliotek i Mellansverige (1)

Ange som favorit

Bibliotek i Stockholmsregionen (1)

Ange som favorit

Bibliotek i östra Sverige (1)

Ange som favorit

Bibliotek i södra Sverige (1)

Ange som favorit
Om LIBRIS
Sekretess
Blogg
Hjälp
Fel i posten?
Kontakt
Teknik och format
Sök utifrån
Sökrutor
Plug-ins
Bookmarklet
Anpassa
Textstorlek
Kontrast
Vyer
LIBRIS söktjänster
SwePub
Sondera
Uppsök

Kungliga biblioteket hanterar dina personuppgifter i enlighet med EU:s dataskyddsförordning (2018), GDPR. Läs mer om hur det funkar här.
Så här hanterar KB dina uppgifter vid användning av denna tjänst.

Copyright © LIBRIS - Nationella bibliotekssystem

 
pil uppåt Stäng

Kopiera och spara länken för att återkomma till aktuell vy