This toolkit was developed in partnership with the National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center and is intended to increase health centers’ awareness of and responsiveness to
Description: Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation and the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnerships are collaborating to host a four-part learning collaborative on partnering to address the health and legal needs of patients and clients experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV) and exploitation. The learning collaborative will feature several partnership models and promising practices to develop, sustain, and grow partnerships between health care professionals and legal services providers. Speakers from Colorado Legal Services, Alaska Legal Services, Asian Health Services, and the Indiana LAVA project will each share how partnerships between providers and legal services partners have improved outcomes for survivors and increased access to services. The learning collaborative will also address creating MOUs between civil legal service programs, health centers, and domestic violence programs. Attention will also be given to tools to utilize “CUES”, a universal education approach that allows providers to reach more patients as a form of both prevention and intervention.
As a result of this Learning Collaborative, participants will be better able to:
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Who is eligible to apply: Applicants must be representatives of a BPHC Health Center Program grantee (or potential Health Center grantee) or civil legal services providers; Medical-Legal partnerships, and domestic violence programs.
Deadline to apply: Thursday April 28, 2022 at 5pm PT / 6pm MT / 7pm CT / 8pm ET
Note: If you need accommodations to best support your participation, let us know on the registration page. We will do our best to accommodate advance requests made by April 15, 2022. If you are completing the application after this date, please still apply and let us know your needs in case we are able to fulfill them.
Questions? Please email Camila Sanchez Tejada firstname.lastname@example.org
Learning Collaborative activities include didactic presentations by faculty, resource exchange and group conversation. This type of collaborative learning allows faculty and participants to identify strategies and solutions, together. Participants are encouraged to bring and exchange their ideas, challenges, and needs related to the topics being discussed.
Applications for this learning collaborative are now closed.