Moving Picture Infographic

For over 30 years, the Family Violence and Prevention Services Act (FVPSA) has supported community-driven solutions to domestic violence, domestic and dating violence prevention education, and a network of programs and services to respond to domestic violence across the country, territories and tribal communities.  

This moving infographic was developed to honor the unique role and contributions that FVPSA, and other federal funding programs, plays in our country’s response to domestic violence. FVPSA may be lesser known than the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) but provides core funding for more than 1,600 domestic violence shelters and 1,100 non-residential service sites, providing both a safe haven and an array of supportive services to intervene in and prevent abuse. The infographic celebrates FVPSA's history, programs, reach and impact. Tips for how you can use it to "tell the FVPSA story" are provided below.

The FVPSA moving picture infographic celebrates the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act’s (FVPSA) history, programs, reach and impact. Please feel free to post it on your organization’s website, share it during a public awareness event, conference, board meeting, and/or with community partners. 

Tips for Use

Technical Tips: How to embed the Moving Picture Infographic on your website (1 p.) includes 5 easy steps with screenshots to help guide you through the process.

Sharing Tips: How to use and share the Moving Picture Infographic (2 pp.) offers suggestions for sharing across various settings and channels, both in person and online.

Acknowledgments

The FVPSA moving picture infographic is a product of the Domestic Violence Resource Network (DVRN), with special recognition of the National Domestic Violence Hotline and National Resource Center on Domestic Violence for their creativity and hard work.