Session 2: Increasing Access to Support Services for Survivors (2021 ARP COVID-19 Testing, Vaccines and Mobile Health Units Supplemental Funding Technical Assistance)

Title: Session 2: Increasing Access to Support Services for Survivors (2021 ARP COVID-19 Testing, Vaccines and Mobile Health Units Supplemental Funding Technical Assistance)

Date: Tuesday, January 11th, 2022

Time: 11:00am Pacific/2:00pm Eastern

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Spanish and American Sign Language Interpretation, and captions, will be provided.

Systemic health inequities increased vulnerability to COVID-19 for many survivors. It is critical for any efforts to address COVID-19 to increase access to culturally relevant, trauma-informed care that considers the unique needs and experiences of marginalized communities.  This session will provide strategies for meeting survivors where they’re at—in their communities, in their unique healing journey, and in ways that reduce stigma, shame and blame. Speakers will include practitioners from a range of settings working with diverse communities, with a focus on long term partnerships and systems change to promote the health and wellbeing of survivors.

Questions? Please email Health@FuturesWithoutViolence.org

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Title: Segunda Sesión: Aumentar el Acceso a Servicios de Apoyo para Sobrevivientes

Date: Martes, 11 de enero del 2022

Time: 11am Hora del Pacifico / 2pm Hora del Este

Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MAbcBsgaRNOsa9ukp7VDGg

Se ofrecerá interpretación en español, subtítulos, y Lengua de Signos Americana

Las inequidades sistemáticas de salud aumentaron la vulnerabilidad al COVID-19 para muchos sobrevivientes. Es critico para cualquier esfuerzo el abordar el tema del COVID-19 al mismo tiempo que aumentar el acceso al cuidado trauma-informado y culturalmente relevante que tome en consideración las necesidades únicas y las experiencias de las comunidades marginadas.  Esta sesión proveerá estrategias para encontrarse con sobrevivientes donde ellos estén – en sus comunidades, en su jornada unidad de sanación, y de manera en la que disminuyamos los estigmas, culpabilidad, y vergüenza. Como parte de los ponentes se incluirá a profesionales de un rango variado de ambientes de trabajo y comunidades diversas, con un enfoque en colaborativas a largo plazo y cambios de sistemas que promuevan la salud y bienestar de los sobrevivientes.

 

¿Preguntas?
Envía un email al Centro Nacional de Salud y Recursos para la Violencia Domestica al: Health@FuturesWithoutViolence.org

This webinar is supported by the National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence (HRC), funded by a grant from the Family Violence Prevention & Services Program, Family & Youth Services Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.