Georgia Project Catalyst III
About Georgia Project Catalyst III (Completed 2021)
Project Catalyst III: State-Wide Transformation on Health, IPV, and Human Trafficking, focused on improving the health and safety outcomes for survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) and human trafficking by fostering state-level leadership and collaboration. Project Catalyst III took place in Georgia, Minnesota, and Ohio. In Georgia, the Leadership Team consisted of representatives from the Georgia Department of Public Health, Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and Georgia Primary Care Association. The Georgia Leadership Team worked with demonstration sites to implement the evidence-based intervention Confidentiality, Universal Education, Empowerment, and Support (CUES) and provided training and technical assistance. CUES relied on strong partnerships between community health centers and domestic violence programs to create warm referrals and support for communities.
Project Catalyst received support through U.S Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) partners that included the Administration for Children and Families’ (ACF), Family and Youth Services Bureau, the HRSA Bureau of Primary Health Care, and the HRSA Office of Women’s Health. Technical assistance and training was provided by Futures Without Violence and the University of Pittsburgh conducted the project evaluation. More information on the project can be found on the Futures Without Violence website (LINK: https://www.futureswithoutviolence.org/health/project-catalyst/).
For additional questions about the completion of Georgia Project Catalyst III please contact:
Grace Morrow, MPH (PACE:D2A Program Manager)
Project Catalyst III Related Links
- Prevent, Assess, and Respond: A Domestic Violence Toolkit for Health Centers & Domestic Violence Programs
- Webinar: Evidence-Based “CUES Intervention” to Address IPV/Human Trafficking in Primary Care Settings and Tools for Ryan White-Funded HIV Programs
- CUES Intervention Quicksheet
- Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Page last updated 12/09/2022