HCADV Day 2021: Discussing the impact of COVID-19 and other public health emergencies on survivor health, community health, and looking towards new collaborative prevention efforts
Title: HCADV Day 2021: Discussing the impact of COVID-19 and other public health emergencies on survivor health, community health, and looking towards new collaborative prevention efforts
Date: Wednesday, October 13th, 2021
Time: 10:00am Pacific/1:00pm Eastern – duration 1 hour
Living through ongoing public health emergencies (e.g. wildfires, substance use and overdose, evictions and homelessness, Black maternal mortality, reproductive healthcare restrictions, etc.) makes it clear that not only is healthcare access more important than ever, but that the health of our communities as a whole matters more than ever.
FUTURES’ staff continue to train health center staff and DV advocates on our Universal Education Intervention, CUES, and have adapted the intervention to telehealth settings. HCADV Day presents an opportunity to expand the conversation from individual health outcomes to community health outcomes. Community health workers (CHWs) and others from community based organizations (CBOs) are integral to building and maintaining community protective factors, to help with community healing, and to support violence prevention efforts. With health center staff and DV advocates experiencing high rates of burnout throughout this time, there is opportunity form partnerships with other community health services and highlight additional methods to prevent violence and support whole and caring communities.
- Virginia Duplessis, MSW, Futures Without Violence
- Gabriela Zapata-Alma, LCSW, CADC, National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health
- Toni Schrader, House of Ruth
- and speakers from Líderes Campesinas
Questions? Please contact, Graciela Olguin, Program Assistant at: firstname.lastname@example.org, and include ‘HCADV Day Webinar’ in your subject line.
This webinar is supported by the National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence (HRC). The HRC is 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.