Ke Ala Lokahi Demonstration Project for Sexual and Domestic Violence Prevention
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The purpose of the project is to examine the efficacy of a culturally-based intervention, compared to standard agency services, in enhancing self-care among Native Hawaiian women and decreasing IPV/SV perpetration and related factors among Native Hawaiian men.
Condition or disease
Behavioral: Ke Ala Lokahi (Native Hawaiian cultural intervention)
Turning Point for Families in Hilo, Hawaii is developing, implementing, and evaluating a culturally-based intervention using Native Hawaiian values, beliefs, and practices to address intimate partner and sexual violence among Native Hawaiian perpetrators and victims/survivors.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
Child, Adult, Older Adult
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Men and women self-identified as Native Hawaiian referred for agency services due to intimate partner or sexual violence