Gender, Homelessness, and Interpersonal Violence: Building Equitable Systems to Support Survivors and Providers

Description Homelessness and systems of gender oppression (e.g. interpersonal violence, human trafficking, transphobia, sexism, etc.) profoundly impact the behavioral health of individuals in a manner that requires community-based holistic care from health care providers and domestic violence advocates. Operating from a collective model of care is essential to providing equitable, high-quality support for both patients […]

Gender, Homelessness, and Interpersonal Violence: Building Equitable Systems to Support Survivors and Providers

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Date: January 26, 2022Description: Health Partners on IPV + Exploitation and The National Health Care for the Homeless Council are excited to offer a national webinar addressing gender, homelessness, and a constellation of intersecting issues including behavioral health, human trafficking (HT), and interpersonal violence (IPV). Participants will learn foundations of gender justice in homelessness, strategies to strengthen […]

Supporting Providers and Centering Survivors: Rethinking Success Through Partnerships and Innovations To Support People Experiencing Homelessness

Futures Without Violence and The National Health Care for the Homeless Council are excited to present a Learning Collaborative (LC) addressing the intersections of gender and homelessness. This four-session LC focuses on a constellation of intersecting issues including substance use disorder, mental health, homelessness, human trafficking (HT) and interpersonal violence (IPV). We will work together […]

Integrating Behavioral Health Approaches to Address Gender, Violence and Homelessness

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Date: May 14, 2021 Description: Futures Without Violence and The National Health Care for the Homeless Council are excited to offer a national webinar addressing gender, homelessness and a constellation of intersecting issues including substance use disorder, mental health, homelessness, human trafficking (HT) and interpersonal violence (IPV). We will highlight strategies to strengthen the connections […]