Join us for a Health Cares About Domestic Violence Day Webinar!

Title: How are Health Care Providers and DV Advocates Working Together? A #HCADVDay #DVAM Webinar

Date: Wednesday, October 10th, 2018

Time: 11:30am-1:00pm PT/12:30pm-2:00 MT/1:30pm-3:00 CT/2:30pm-4:00 ET

This webinar contains closed captioning and was recorded.

Materials presented in the webinar:

For a recording of the webinar click here.

To download the webinar slides click here.

To download our CUES PDF click here.

To download our HRC Resource Guide: Key Tools click here.

Webinar Description:

Join us on Health Cares About Domestic Violence Day (HCADV Day)—an annual day to raise awareness about the critical role of health care and domestic violence/sexual assault (DV/SA) agencies to promote survivor health and safety outcomes. Gather your healthcare staff and DV advocate colleagues to learn more about establishing or expanding your own partnerships, and how to implement the evidence-based “CUES” intervention to address violence and trauma and promote healthy relationships. Universal education provides an opportunity for clients to make the connection between violence, health problems, and risk behaviors and promote their safety options. This webinar will also highlight free resources and tools from FUTURES’ National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence.

As a result of attending this webinar, participants will be better able to:

  • Define “CUES” an evidence-based intervention for addressing domestic and sexual violence in diverse health settings.
  • Know how any health settings and DV/SA advocacy organizations can initiate or build upon their collaborative partnerships.
  • Utilize and, two online toolkits for everything health systems and DV/SA advocates need to promote survivor safety and health.
  • Download or order multi-lingual tools offered by FUTURES’ National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence

Resources discussed on the webinar:

  • Everything you need to address domestic violence and sexual assault in all health settings and promote survivor health and wellness at domestic violence advocacy agencies.
  • A step-by-step toolkit developed for and by community health centers aimed at establishing and expanding partnerships between health centers and domestic violence advocacy agencies.
  • Futures Without Violence e-commerce store


Judy Chang, MD, MPH | University of Pittsburgh Magee Women’s Reseach Institute

Janice Goldsborough, MS | Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh

Kenya Fairley, MSEd | Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) Program, US Department of Health and Human Services

Graciela Olguin + Kate Vander Tuig | Futures Without Violence


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