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The multimedia listing includes videos that are available online in full-length.  Visit the Publications Listing to access a listing of more products available from OVC, including videos that are only available as DVDs. 

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Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: An Introduction to the Issues

December 2016

OVC and the Office on Violence Against Women collaborated to produce this four-video series, designed for criminal justice personnel, victim advocates, and allied professionals who work with victims of sexual assault in Indian Country. This video provides an overview of alcohol-facilitated sexual assault in Indian Country, including prevalence, historical trauma, and responses.

Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska (Case Study)

December 2016

OVC and the Office on Violence Against Women collaborated to produce this four-video series, designed for criminal justice personnel, victim advocates, and allied professionals who work with victims of sexual assault in Indian Country. This case study provides information about trial techniques for and multidisciplinary responses to cases of alcohol-facilitated sexual assault.

Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: Services and Support for Victims

December 2016

OVC and the Office on Violence Against Women collaborated to produce this four-video series, designed for criminal justice personnel, victim advocates, and allied professionals who work with victims of sexual assault in Indian Country. This public awareness video addresses various types of support for sexual assault victims in Indian Country. 

Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: Navajo Nation (Case Study)

December 2016

OVC and the Office on Violence Against Women collaborated to produce this four-video series, designed for criminal justice personnel, victim advocates, and allied professionals who work with victims of sexual assault in Indian Country. This case study provides information about trial techniques for and multidisciplinary responses to cases of alcohol-facilitated sexual assault.

If You're a Victim of Crime, Help is Available

October 2016

This 2.5-minute video describes the help that is available for victims of crime by recognizing the effects of crime, identifying certain victims' rights that are guaranteed in most states, and describing services available from state victim compensation and assistance programs. If you or someone you know is a victim of a crime, there are resources. Visit www.ovc.gov/help for more information.

Wind River Tribal Youth Program: Connecting Youth with Tribal Tradition

October 2016

Hear the perspectives of adults and youth as they reflect on historical trauma, the importance of talking and connecting across generations, and the critical role of cultural practices in healing.

Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Response

April 2016

This 7-minute video explains how a response to a mass violence incident should be well-organized, timely, multidisciplinary, and respectful of victims. The video discusses the usefulness of standing up centers that help victims obtain information and heal; and the importance of considering the needs of first responders. For more information, visit Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Planning, Response, Recovery, and Resources at http://ovc.gov/pubs/mvt-toolkit/index.html.

Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Partnerships and Planning, Response, Recovery

April 2016

This 2-minute video is a brief introduction to the Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism video series and highlights the importance of partnerships and planning for a more effective response to mass violence events; how a response to a mass violence incident should be well-organized, timely, multidisciplinary, and victim-centered; and how victims experience recovery and resilience at their own pace and in their own ways. For more information, visit http://ovc.gov/pubs/mvt-toolkit/index.html.

Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Recovery

April 2016

This 7-minute video depicts how victims experience recovery and resilience at their own pace and in their own ways, and also shows how recovery approaches can be varied depending on victims' needs. Recovery approaches can be non-traditional, varied, and community or individual-based. For more information, visit Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Planning, Response, Recovery, and Resources at http://ovc.gov/pubs/mvt-toolkit/index.html.

Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Partnerships and Planning

April 2016

This 8-minute video illustrates the importance of partnerships and planning for a more effective response to incidents of mass violence, integrating victims' issues into emergency plans, and considering volunteers and donation funds in planning. For more information, visit Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Planning, Response, Recovery, and Resources at http://ovc.gov/pubs/mvt-toolkit/index.html.

Faces of Human Trafficking Video 5: Effective Victim Services

December 2015

This video includes information on the importance of providing victim-centered, trauma-informed services to meet the wide array of needs experienced by trafficking victims. Coordination and collaboration are critical in responding to the diverse population of trafficking survivors, as no one provider can meet all of the needs of all types of trafficking victims.

Through Our Eyes: Introduction

April 2014

This video discusses how violence and trauma affect children, including the serious and long-lasting consequences for their physical and mental health; signs that a child may be exposed to violence or trauma; and the staggering cost of child maltreatment to families, communities, and the Nation. Victims lend their voices to this video to provide first-hand accounts of how their exposure to violence as children affected them. 

Through Our Eyes: The Child Advocacy Center Model

April 2014

This video discusses the Child Advocacy Center Model, which brings together representatives from many disciplines, including law enforcement, child protection, prosecution, mental health, medical and victim advocacy, and child advocacy, to provide comprehensive services to child victims of abuse, neglect, and trauma. Child Advocacy Center multidisciplinary teams also work collaboratively to make decisions about the investigation, treatment, management, and prosecution of child abuse cases; and to support children and their families through the criminal justice process. 

Through Our Eyes: Interventions in Schools

April 2014

Exposure to violence can impede a child's ability to learn and thrive in school. Teachers, coaches, and other school staff and volunteers can play a critical role in recognizing and reporting signs of violence and trauma in a child's life. This video identifies some types of violence that children may experience at school or on their way to or from school, and highlights preventative measures that some schools are taking to protect their students. 

Through Our Eyes: Community-Based Approaches

April 2014

This video discusses the important role that community- and faith-based programs, services, and agencies play in protecting and responding to children. It features three programs that exemplify a successful community-based approach to children affected by violence and trauma. However, because every community is different, it is important that service providers and allied professionals tailor their responses to most effectively meet their community's particular needs. 

Through Our Eyes: Innovations in Juvenile Justice

April 2014

Many of the behaviors that lead to children's and adolescents' involvement in the juvenile justice system can be traced to childhood maltreatment. For these young people, successful intervention requires acknowledging and understanding their traumatic histories. This video features three alternative approaches to addressing trauma in young offenders' lives while still holding them accountable for their actions. 

Through Our Eyes: Treatments That Work

April 2014

This video discusses the serious consequences of children's exposure to violence and trauma, such as substance abuse and mental health and behavioral problems, and the increased severity of symptoms experienced by children who have suffered multiple forms of victimization. It also features some of the evidence-based treatment strategies for children and their families that researchers and experts consider effective.