Preventing Intimate Partner Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities (SWW) was a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in collaboration with LTG Associates, as the national program office, to identify promising practices to prevent intimate partner violence (IPV) among immigrant and refugee populations in the U.S. The initiative also focused on building the capacity of organizations working in communities to conduct and utilize evaluations to enhance their work and improve their effectiveness. LTG evaluated the interventions and identified key effectiveness elements in preventing IPV and strengthening relationships and families. The findings were featured in a nationally distributed policy brief; LTG also conducted national briefings across policy and program audiences to report the results.
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Strengthening What Works (SWW)