Research repeatedly demonstrates that the success of interventions can hinge on community ownership and buy-in which is influenced by the extent to which an intervention reflects the values and realities of communities. Interventions developed by and for the communities in which they will be practiced often have a greater likelihood of capturing those values and realities. To expand what we know about effective approaches to addressing DV in LGBTQ communities, the field needs culturally responsive researchers and LGBTQ organizations to build practice-based evidence of the efficacy of these interventions.

Key words: domestic violence, intimate partner violence, LGBTQ survivors, LGBTQ IPV, research, evidence based, violence intervention