Here is Haddon's matrix applied to IPV in the Hmong community.
|Phases||Human||Vehicles & Equipment||Physical Environment||Socio-Economic Environment|
|Pre-Injury Phase||Provide education about signs of unhealthy relationships.||Screen individuals to identify high risk for perpetrating IPV and provide education||Remove item from residence that may be used a weapon (firearm, bats, tools, etc...)|| Foster social norms that do not condone IPV.|
Train health and social services in cultural sensitivity and diversity.
Develop culturally-appropriate prevention programs with collaboration of the community.
Train community/clan leaders in IPV prevention.
|Injury Phase||Teach populations how to react if they experience IPV to lessen/prevent injury. Also, provide available resources for help.||Teach perpetrators calming methods or resources where they can go for help.||Have victims have a safe plan in place if they need to escape their residence.||Promote ways for individuals to intervene an IPV situation in a safe manner (i.e., call authorities).|
|Post-Injury Phase|| Have community/clan leaders available for the victim to speak to about the situation and the options available.
Provide local resources where the victim can receive proper assistance to her/his needs.
| Have community/clan leaders who have been trained in IPV counsel the perpetrator.
Send perpetrator to rehabilitation where s/he can obtain culturally-appropriate education on IPV.
|Provide a safe location (shelter) where the victim can stay.|| Lobby for fund to provide social services for victims and perpetrators.|
Have community leaders debrief with community about incident.
|Total Losses/Costs||Damage to People||Damage to Vehicles & Equipment||Damage to Physical Environment||Damage to Society|