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A book can be a window to the world or a mirror into one’s self. Young Adult Literature, or YA Lit, consists of books with teen readers and teen topics in mind. These books have become so popular that it is customary for them to have their own bookstore and library sections. They allow readers to look out into the experiences of other youth, or deeper into themselves while exploring a myriad of topics, such as sexual violence.Read more
The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence (OCADSV) and the Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force (AGSATF) invite you to take part in Oregon’s first official Teen Dating Violence Action Month this February.
Across the state, young people have been organizing for years with dedicated community partners to address the pervasive violence that they may experience. In order to help support these efforts, this is the first year we asked Oregon’s Governor Kate Brown to officially declare February Teen Dating Violence Action Month.Read more
By: Emily Fanjoy, Tillamook County Women's Resource Center
Domestic violence advocates are ideally positioned to collaborate with healthcare systems and providers by delivering supportive services that address the intersections of intimate partner violence and the social determinants of survivors' health.Read full article
Be on the lookout for a series of upcoming webinars on advocacy-healthcare partnerships, starting with a review of the Oregon Guide to Health Care Partnerships on February 12th. Additional webinars in the coming months will cover specific approaches to addressing intersections of intimate partner violence and health, including:
- substance use and chronic pain;
- mental health and IPV;
- reproductive health including HIV and IPV; and
- LGBTQ health and IPV.
To receive the latest updates, subscribe to the Coalition's mailing list (on the sign-up form, be sure to mark the checkbox for Healthcare Advocacy Partnerships).
The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (OCADSV) is pleased to offer a new opportunity, Enhancing Sexual Assault Services Initiative (E-SASI). This 18-month initiative will provide up to six sexual and domestic violence (S/DV) programs across the state an opportunity to receive specialized support in enhancing sexual assault advocacy services. E-SASI will utilize a four-pronged approach focused on building capacity within individual skills, organizational development, anti-oppression work, and trauma-informed practices.
Applications are due Thursday, February 28th, 2019.Read full announcement Apply now Printable application