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Event date: Tuesday, January 18th, 2022
Event time: 11:00 – 12:00pm Pacific/2:00 – 3:00pm Eastern
New and at times substantial federal policy and legislative advances are providing enhanced opportunities to support violence prevention and response initiatives in health and public health settings. Significant funds from the American Rescue Package and other programs are starting to reach communities.
What new and important initiatives are arising out of DC? How can local and regional stakeholders, care providers, and other interested parties s help direct how funds are allocated? How might Build Back Better impact efforts to support the health and wellbeing of survivors and their families? How do policies and laws like the child tax credit and Violence Against Women Act promote violence prevention efforts by addressing the root causes of violence?
How can health providers become engaged in translating policy into practice? The National Health Collaborative on Violence and Abuse (NHCVA) 2022 “DC update” will inform participants about new initiatives that enhance response to and promote prevention of, violence and abuse.
The 2022 NHCVA DC Update webinar will:
1. Describe existing and planned federal legislative, policy, and regulatory initiatives related to violence and abuse
2. Share ideas about how to utilize available funding streams to promote creative, trauma-informed, and prevention-focused initiatives
3. Explore specific ways to access opportunities for funding and collaboration
4. Describe how to identify and pursue further opportunities for providing input and accessing funding in the field
Focused on finding solutions, the National Health Collaborative on Violence and Abuse (NHCVA) reaches more than 850,000 health and allied health professionals among its member organizations and professional disciplines it represents.
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This webinar is supported by the National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence (HRC) and the National Health Collaborative on Violence and Abuse (NHCVA). The HRC is funded by a grant from the Family Violence Prevention & Services Program, Family & Youth Services Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.