The Health & Care Project is a federally funded position through the Oregon Department of Justice’s Crime Victim’s Services Division. The purpose is to reach survivors of domestic and sexual violence through strengthened partnerships between advocacy organizations like The Harbor and health care institutions. The project is a new program of The Harbor, is modeled on nationally recognized evidence- and practice-based best practices, and includes three staff: a full-time Partnership Coordinator, a full-time Bilingual Advocate (Spanish-speaking to offer culturally responsive services to Hispanic and Latinx survivors), and another advocate.
This position is dedicated to improving the coordination of health care systems and community-based advocacy organizations (i.e. The Harbor), with an emphasis on supporting Clatsop County’s Hispanic and Latinx population. Using established evidence-based frameworks, this position will work in partnership with local health care systems to provide advocacy services to patients who may be experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV). The position is co-located, meaning services will be provided at health care settings. This position will participate on a Health & Care Leadership Cohort with representatives from different health care entities in the area.
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