“The presentation will include a review of trauma, historical trauma and their implications on direct service providers during this time of COVID-19; self-care; how to document work; and strategies to maintain survivors’ safety and confidentiality when working remotely from home.”
“In addition to social distancing, isolation and potential quarantine, you may be either in close quarters with family members with whom you have had conflict based on your identity, or find yourself separated from family members/loved ones who have been a support to you in the past.”
“Survivor Law Clinic from MCEDSV seeks to make crime victims’ rights more meaningful for all Michigan victims. The Clinic provides the following services: Legal representation of crime victims to enforce their crime victims’ rights and mitigate the effects of victimization.”
“This session provides an in-depth look at the Volunteer Management victim assistance protocol. Volunteers play a key role in our communities in the aftermath of crises, disasters, emergencies, and incidents of mass violence.”
This document discusses best practices that have been adopted by the PAAM Board of Directors to date, including procedures to improve the reliability of eyewitness identification, assist in communications with the media regarding cases, continuing legal education, restitution, social media, and more.
An informational webinar providing up-to-date analysis on the impact of the public charge inadmissibility rule on immigrant survivors. Includes information about how determinations will be made, which survivors will be exempt, and how the rule will impact survivors and their families.
“Keeping essential services running smoothly and practicing social distancing, are essential parts of maintaining a healthy and functioning community. However, we know that it’s difficult to have your normal routines disrupted, or completely changed. It is important for us all during this time to practice social connection and community care”
“Findings from the 2020 Guttmacher Survey of Reproductive Health Experiences, it was found that due to different disruption variables, COVID-19 will have “major consequences for reproductive health goals and behaviors, access to care and far beyond,” including exposure to IPV, particularly acts of sexual violence or reproductive control.”