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Aftercare Services for International Sex Trafficking Survivors: Informing U.S. Service and Program Development in an Emerging slides
This study aims to identify and synthesize services recommended in scientific literature, government reports, and by organizations working with sex trafficking survivors in the United States to develop comprehensive protocols for aftercare services for sex trafficking survivors

Date Posted: Thursday, September 15, 2011
Authors: Rebecca J Macy, Natalie Johns
Applicable Courses: Child Welfare and Child Welfare Policy, Discrimination and Inequality, Family and Child Policy, Family and Child Practice, Family Violence, Health Policy, Health Practice, Practice with Women, Social Policy, Social Welfare Policy, Violence and Anti-Social Behavior
Topics: Children and Families, Community, Diverse Populations, Health, Mental Health, Policy, Substance Abuse

Developing, Delivering, & Teaching Evidence-Based Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Services slides
This article summarizes the literature on best practices for services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Date Posted: Wednesday, June 03, 2009
Authors: Rebecca J Macy, Dania Ermentrout
Applicable Courses: Discrimination and Inequality, Family and Child Practice, Family Violence, Mental Health Practice, Practice with Women, Violence and Anti-Social Behavior
Topics: Children and Families, Diverse Populations, Mental Health

Latent Profiles Among Sexual Assault Survivors: Understanding Survivors and Their Assault Experiences slides notes
This presentation is based on a study using a sample of 415 college women to determine multivariate profiles of contextual factors among sexually assaulted women. Recommendations for tailored interventions are provided.

Date Posted: Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Authors: Rebecca J Macy, Jeanette Norris, Paula Nurius
Applicable Courses: Family and Child Policy, Family and Child Practice, Family Violence, Mental Health Policy, Mental Health Practice, Organization and Community Practice, Practice with Women, Violence and Anti-Social Behavior
Topics: Children and Families, Community, Diverse Populations, Mental Health

Battered Women’s Profiles Associated with Service Help Seeking Efforts: Illuminating Opportunities for Intervention slides notes
This presentation is drawn from a study that examines the factors that explain help seeking behaviors among battered women as well as their implications for practice:

Date Posted: Monday, February 13, 2006
Authors: Rebecca J Macy, Paula Nurius, Victoria L. Holt, Mary A. Kernic
Applicable Courses: ATOD and Substance Abuse, Family and Child Policy, Family Violence, Mental Health Practice, Organization and Community Practice, Practice with Women, Violence and Anti-Social Behavior
Topics: Children and Families, Diverse Populations, Mental Health, Substance Abuse

Cocaine Abusing Women Who Report Sexual Abuse: Implications for Treatment slides notes
This lecture presents a study asking how cocaine abusing women who have been sexually abused may differ from their non-sexually abused counterparts

Date Posted: Friday, January 06, 2006
Authors: Amelia C Roberts, Raymond S Kirk
Applicable Courses: ATOD and Substance Abuse, Family Violence, Mental Health Practice, Practice with Women, Research and Research Methods
Topics: Children and Families, Diverse Populations, Health, Mental Health, Substance Abuse

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This project is supported by the Distance Education Initiative, Office of the Provost, UNC-CH, and by the School of Social Work, UNC-CH.