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Services and Intimate Partner Violence in the United States: A County-Level Analysis

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Despite the prevalence of intimate partner violence and its social costs, we show that many counties lack services to help victims and that community resources play a significant role in determining the likelihood of service provision. Because resources are often generated at the local level and state and federal funding usually require a grant proposal, services for victims of intimate partner violence are more likely to be available in well-resourced areas with a major college or university in the county. Analysis of the changes in the provision of services since the Violence Against Women Act was introduced suggests that funding needs to be specifically targeted to underserved areas.
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Keywords: VAWA; intimate partner violence; services; shelters

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Colgate University 2: University of Arkansas *

Publication date: 2005-08-01

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