The State of Colorado Domestic Violence Coordinating Council has unveiled a newly updated Domestic Violence Toolkit in support of their on-going effort to educate state employees and key Colorado stakeholders on the issue of domestic violence. Please download and distribute elements of the toolkit from the list below in order to increase awareness and support prevention of domestic violence in your State of Colorado workplace.
Below you'll find the links to resources mentioned in the above video.
CSEAP and State Domestic Violence Program presentation
Workplace Violence Including Domestic Violence Affecting the Workplace Universal Policy
Recognizing use of abusive behavior
DPA Technical Guide for developing Workplace Violence policies
Domestic Violence Offender Management Board - find offender providers
State Domestic Violence Program employer posters - 'No One Deserves to Be Mistreated' See the poster section below.
Create a Safety Plan to remain safe
Interactive Power and Control Wheel
Workplaces Respond - how workplaces can respond to violence impacting the workplace
Domestic violence awareness month - October
Local domestic violence programs
Violence Free Colorado Newsletter
We are currently working to update the downloadable Domestic Violence Toolkit.
Please review the 'resources' section of the state Universal Policy Addressing Workplace Violence including Domestic Violence Affecting the Workplace for helpful information.
For Supervisors. Are you worried that an employee may be experiencing domestic violence? Refer to the following resources for assistance:
State Risk Management Safety Toolbox
Colorado State Employee Assistance Program (CSEAP)
For State Employees. Interested in how the State of Colorado addresses domestic violence among it's workforce? Refer to the following resources for assistance:
Universal Policy to Address Workplace Violence including Domestic Violence Affecting the Workplace
State of Colorado Employee Handbook
State of Colorado Personnel Rules
Leave related to domestic violence
For All Employees. Interested in resources or agencies who are responding to survivors, victims, perpetrators, or their concerned co-workers, colleagues, loved ones? Refer to the following resources for assistance:
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Colorado Address Confidentiality Program
Colorado State Employee Assistance Program