What survivors of Intimate Partner Violence need to know about Strangulation – We used to call it “choking”
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Intended to help survivors understand the dangers and repercussions of non-fatal strangulation.
A tool to help victims of non-fatal strangulation put together a safety plan for their own safety.
This is a brochure for caregivers of strangled children. It is the pediatric version of the "Vital Facts of Strangulation” brochure.
This is a visual representation of the signs and symptoms of strangulation.
This is the pediatric version of the "Signs and Symptoms of Strangulation" brochure.
This infographic includes visual representations of data related to strangulation assault.
The five most common myths about strangulation, with facts and solutions for each.
This timeline shows the consequences of strangulation.
Helps to determine the level of danger a person has of being killed by their intimate partner.
Helps determine when to seek medical attention. A helpful resource for medical personnel.
The recommendations call for doctors to evaluate the neck and brain for injuries.
Discharge/follow-up information to survivors of non-fatal strangulation and/or suffocation.
Procedures, sample forms, and questions that may be used to facilitate a survivor committee.
Survivors created this toolkit to share self-care practices that have served them.
Created by survivors from around the US. Download and print to use with those seeking healing.
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