What you need to know to partner with healthcare (including a new Oregon Resource Guide)

"A local public health clinic’s waiting room is packed every day.  Their staff have tight protocols to keep clinic flow moving and patients in and out the door, receiving care.  The clinic wants to start a partnership with your program. They know that intimate partner violence affects their patient population and they want to implement a best practice universal education based screening tool, because they heard that that is the best model.  They send key staff to complete the training with you and learn that best practice is to conduct the intervention and assessment alone with each patient.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2016

The Coalition’s 2016 Domestic Violence Awareness Month campaign focuses on the theme of home. Using art by Favianna Rodriguez, our posters speak to the importance of safe and loving homes for all. Materials will be mailed out to member programs and partner organizations beginning of September, and are also available for download. If you have questions about the theme or would like to discuss events you are developing, please contact Choya Adkison-Stevens, 503-230-1951 x311. 

You’re also invited to share events with us by filling out this form (link is external), and we'll add them to our statewide DVAM events calendar.

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