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Provide 24/7 Advocacy on Campus: Peer Advocates and Community Partnerships
Provided by: Provide 24/7 Advocacy on Campus: Peer Advocates and Community Partnerships
Date: November 15, 2018
Time: 3:00 am – 4:30 am ChST

Expert Q&A: Effective Telenursing Response to Sexual Assault

Date: November 15, 2018

Time: 4:00 am – 5:00 am ChST
Provided by: OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center
The Impact of Health Advocacy on Survivor Health Access: Key Findings and Recommendations From a Data Pilot

Date: November 15, 2018

Time: 4:00 am – 5:30 am ChST

Provided By: Futures Without Violence

In recent years, domestic violence advocacy and health programs have increasingly partnered together to improve health and safety of survivors, yet there is little data on the impact that these partnerships have on survivor health access and health outcomes. In response, three such partnerships in California participated in a data pilot project to measure the impact of cross-sector collaboration on helping survivors establish a medical home, increase healthcare utilization and improve health outcomes. Specifically, the pilot focused on examining the impact of  integrating health assessments and referral systems into domestic violence advocacy settings. This webinar will share the findings and lessons learned from the data pilot, discuss the impact of health advocacy on survivors' access to health services, and make practice recommendations for advancing these strategies in your program.

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The Opioid Epidemic: Social Determinants and Practice Implications

Date: November 15, 2018

Time: 4:30 am – 6:00 am ChST

Provided By: National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health

This webinar will introduce the intersection between generational poverty and domestic violence, and highlight unique challenges and barriers faced by survivors who are also experiencing poverty. Presenters will discuss the findings from CSAJ's Racial and Economic Equity for Survivor's Project, along with other research and innovative practices, and how it can be used to enhance survivor centered economic advocacy. Presenters will also engage attendees in exploring needs and exchanging innovative practices to address the ways bias and inequity show up in our work and as survivors navigate safety. 
-Participants will understand how domestic violence can impact an individual's economic status. 
-Participants will be more aware of institution and structural racism that impact poverty. 
-Participants will learn about resources they can utilize to incorporate economic advocacy with survivors into their work.

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