View original blog post on MCN’s website here. By Claire Hutkins Seda, Senior Writer, Migrant Clinicians Network and Managing Editor, Streamline Intimate partner violence (IPV) can be
Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation, a project of Futures Without Violence, and Alianza Nacional de Campesinas developed a new safety card tool for farmworkers and for the professionals who work with them, on intimate partner violence, health care access, and relationship support. The tool, No Estás Sola: SALUD, SANACIÓN Y RELACIONES SALUDABLES (English translation — “You’re Not Alone: HEALTH, HEALING, AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS”) provides information on healthy and unhealthy relationships, their impact on health, and national resources for support. The safety card tool is part of Futures Without Violence’s evidence-based CUES intervention.
An accompanying info-sheet was created for those who support farmworkers to detail how the card was developed and by whom; how to use it with community members/clients/patients and about “CUES”; and how to download the PDF and request hard copies. This 2-pager (in English and Spanish) highlights how the safety card tool may be used to support farmworkers experiencing domestic violence and shares information on COVID-19 vaccinations and health center support.
Safety Card PDF (Spanish and English)