The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an exacerbation of intimate partner violence and conditions that put women fleeing violence at risk of homelessness. This has created unprecedented challenges for responders and a need for solutions to promote safety for this highly vulnerable population. A rapid-response policy research study in Los Angeles County, California, uplifts survivors and service providers to identify funding, policy, and service strategies to enhance response systems and keep survivors safe.
Separate yet Connected: Experiences of Intimate Partner Violence and Homelessness in Los Angeles County during COVID-19
People’s Health Solutions in partnership with Hub for Urban Initiatives