Intimate Partner Violence + Exploitation During COVID-19 in Farmworker Communities
Description:Migrant Clinicians Network, Farmworker Justice, and Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation (FUTURES) are cohosting a learning collaborative (LC) focused on healthcare responses to address intimate partner violence (IPV) and exploitation. The LC will review strategies to promote healing-centered engagement. Attention will be given to “CUES,” an evidence-based intervention developed by FUTURES to address IPV in health settings. The partners will share new tools and strategies developed with farmworker communities to address IPV and to promote partnerships with community-based organizations that work alongside farmworkers. In the final session, the presenters will provide a framework for developing strategies to build resilience for frontline staff exposed to traumatic situations and stories of trauma.
As a result of this Learning Collaborative, participants will be better able to:
Describe strategies to improve the delivery of and access to health care services for farmworkers experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV) and exploitation.
Define key issues impacting farmworkers who experience IPV and exploitation and name three national supportive safety resources.
Identify collaboration strategies to address social determinants of health and improve outcomes for survivors of IPV in farmworker communities.
Utilize practical tools that community health center staff can implement to build their own resilience and prevent and address vicarious trauma and burnout.
Learning Collaborative Session Dates/Times:
Activity 1 – Introduction to IPV and Related Resources in Farmworker Communities February 24, 2022 10am PT / 11am MT / 12pm CT / 1pm ET (one hour)+ 15 min optional Q+A
Activity 2 – Learning Lab: Implementing the CUES Approach for IPV + Exploitation March 3, 2022 10am PT / 11am MT / 12pm CT / 1pm ET (one hour)+ 15 min optional Q+A
Activity 3 – Learning Lab: Developing Community Partnerships March 10, 2022 10am PT / 11am MT / 12pm CT / 1pm ET (one hour)+ 15 min optional Q+A
Activity 4 – Learning Lab: Support for Staff and Building Resiliency March 17, 2022 10am PT / 11am MT / 12pm CT / 1pm ET (one hour)+ 15 min optional Q+A
LC Faculty and Presenters:
Rebecca Young, MA, Senior Project Director – Community Engagement (she/her)
Nina Kanakarajavelu, MPH, Project Director – Health Promotion
Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation (Futures Without Violence):
Mónica Arenas, Program Manager (she/her)
Elena Josway, JD, Program Director (she/her)
Camila Sanchez Tejada, Program Assistant (she/her)
Migrant Clinicians Network:
Jillian Hopewell, MPA, MA, Director of Education and Communication (she/her/ella)
Theressa Lyons-Clampitt, Senior Program Manager, Training and Technical Assistance (she/her/hers)
Pamela Secada, Program Manager, Witness to Witness Program (she/her/ella)
Kaethe Weingarten, PhD., Director, Witness to Witness Program (she/her/hers)
Who is eligible to apply: Space is limited. Community and Migrant Health Centers, Primary Care Associations (PCA), Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCN), and other organizations specifically supporting farmworkers and people experiencing IPV/Human Trafficking and Exploitation are encouraged to apply.
Learn more about health centers here.
Deadline to apply: Friday, February 11th 2022 at 5 pm PT / 6 pm MT / 7 pm CT / 8 pm ET
Note: If you need any accommodations to best support your participation, let us know on the registration page. We will do our best to accommodate advance requests made by January 24th, 2022.
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