This webinar will address best practices for issuing Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) findings for immigrant children who have been abused, abandoned or neglected by at least one of the child’s parents and will focus specifically on emerging issues and recommendations for what courts should include in well written SIJS findings.
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This webinar will outline the problems with historic responses to violence against people with disabilities and review supportive strategies that can be applied to help people with disabilities live safer, more autonomous lives.
This webinar with provide an Indigenous grassroots overview of participatory research methods that we can use to tell our story about the important work we are doing in our communities. The webinar will be an introductory tour that will touch upon: (a) reasons to consider doing research, (b) the types of questions that can (and cannot) be addressed by quantitative and qualitative research, (c) when research should (and should not) be undertaken, and (d) working with outside researchers.
Resilience builds our ability to overcome risk, oppression and adversity to succeed in life. This webinar will explore how we can work with survivors in a way that continues to build their resilience.
The Homeless and Housing Resource Network's Spotlight Series will help providers of mental health and substance use services improve their practices and address housing instability among individuals and families affected by serious mental illness and substance use disorders.
Part 2 in a 3-part series on “Assessing Patterns of Coercive Control in Abusive Relationships,” this session expands from analysis and framing to skill-building, practical implications and program implementation.