This webinar will provide an overview on the barriers that student survivors with disabilities face in seeking out and receiving services on campus as well as solutions that educational institutions can implement to address those barriers and ensure that they are equipped to meet the needs of all student who experience sexual assault.
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Whether your program is a general DV agency or works in a specific community, whether you serve mostly LGBTQ survivors or just a few, turn intention into action by getting out of the office and into the neighborhood, learn how to better serve LGBTQ communities with this community engagement "Why & How" primer.
The Native Women’s Society of the Great Plains developed a culturally specific curriculum for advocates to use in shelter when working with children. This webinar will introduce the curriculum which uses culturally relevant skills and knowledge with a focus on safety, self-esteem and family empowerment.
In this webinar from the Center for Victim Research, presenters Dr. Jeanne Mastrocinque and Dr. Elizabeth Cerceo will discuss findings from their research with families and friends of homicide victims (FFHV), which focused on interactions with the healthcare system and healthcare providers in the aftermath of a loved one's homicide.
This webinar will highlight collaborative work undertaken by multi-disciplinary teams across the U.S. to support domestic and sexual violence and human trafficking (DV/SA/HT) survivors.
Rapid Re-housing (RRH) is in use by more and more domestic violence programs, yet its implementation can be challenging for providers new to this approach. This webinar spotlights two agencies that have fully implemented RRH for survivors as part of their domestic violence programs.