This webinar will define statistics regarding the transgender community and the barriers to gaining access to care. Resources are discussed to help break down the barriers.
Part 1 of this BWJP webinar series discusses the role of law enforcement in response to IPV, and the relationship between advocacy groups and police officers (2017).
This study compares rates of domestic violence among rural and non-rural areas.Additionally, it looks at gaps in provider knowledge and how that negatively impacts victims and survivors (2018).
This webinar from the National Alliance for Safe Housing examines how housing first and rapid re-housing models can be adapted for domestic and sexual violence survivors. We explore effective approaches employed by a growing number of victim service programs to lower barriers for survivors accessing housing assistance, as well as what we’re learning about their impact (2018).
This webinar from the National Alliance for Safe Housing presents a snapshot from two communities working to meet the housing needs of survivors in their rural areas (2018).
Part 2 of this BWJP webinar series explores law enforcement’s initial response to DV cases, as well as how they implement legal concepts and learned strategies into real world cases (2017).
This study assesses the opinions and practices of primary care physicians caring for rural women with regard to IPV identification. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with family practitioners and Ob-Gyns in rural, central Pennsylvania, and were analyzed for major themes (2015).