FFI spoke recently at the annual conferences of the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence (CPEDV) and the DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence (DCCADV). At DCCADV’s “Looking Forward” event, Anna presented a training on FFI’s Five Domains of Wellbeing, our framework that puts people– not their problems–at the center of the work. At CPEDV’s event, “Connecting the Dots: Domestic Violence, Health and Well-being,” FFI’s Anna Melbin and Audrey Jordan presented “Learning from What Goes Well,” based upon FFI’s research to document how survivors define success for themselves. Huge thanks to both CPEDV and DCCADV for hosting us and joining us in a conversation about how to improve systems’ response for survivors who face multiple challenges. Note: FFI will soon be releasing a comprehensive report and recommendations based on our work in California. To make sure you get a copy, sign up for FFI News or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.