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.
- Activity 1 – Introduction to IPV and Related Resources in Farmworker Communities February 24, 2022
- Activity 2 – Learning Lab: Implementing the CUES Approach for IPV + Exploitation March 3, 2022
- Activity 3 – Learning Lab: Developing Community Partnerships March 10, 2022
- Activity 4 – Learning Lab: Support for Staff and Building Resiliency March 17, 2022
LC Faculty and Presenters:Farmworker Justice:
- Rebecca Young, MA, Senior Project Director – Community Engagement (she/her)
- Nina Kanakarajavelu, MPH, Project Director – Health Promotion
- Mónica Arenas, Program Manager (she/her)
- Elena Josway, JD, Program Director (she/her)
- Camila Sanchez Tejada, Program Assistant (she/her)
- 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)