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END GUEST HOST SESSION - Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics...
OVCRC
12/18/2013
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One of our biggest challenges in Alaska is that we do not have a road system to almost all of our surrounding villages. It limits victims access to support systems, because they may or may not have a VPSO...
Jeweline Larson
12/18/2013
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Charity
12/18/2013
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how do you train your team on cultural sensitivity? do you incorporate any members of the tribe in the trainings.
Ginnie
12/18/2013
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Charity
12/18/2013
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Based on your experience to date for developing and coordinating a SANE/SART in Indian Country, what would be your best advice to others who are starting or thinking of starting a SANE/SART in a tribal com...
Bonnie Clairmon
12/18/2013
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Charity
12/18/2013
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Charity
12/18/2013
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What are some examples of ways in which SANE/SARTs in Indian Country might be similar/different from teams outside Indian Country?
Kari
12/18/2013
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Charity
12/18/2013
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Charity
12/18/2013
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Hi. Several years ago, I received training in SART. However, I am a correctional professional/Victims Advocate. I am not a nurse or social worker. I have not been called upon to actually be used in on a te...
Andrea Graham
12/18/2013
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Andrea Graham
12/18/2013
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Charity
12/18/2013
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Are there any grants available to pay for processing the rape kit?
Leslye Webb
12/18/2013
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Charity
12/18/2013
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Is there a need for victim advocates or sexual assault subject matter experts for Tribal Communities in Southern California?
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12/18/2013
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Charity
12/18/2013
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Charity
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How are most agencies you work with handling the VAWA requirement that survivors may get forensic exams even if they do not choose to report immediately? (Am thinking of cost and evidence storage.)
Judith Burke
12/18/2013
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Charity
12/18/2013
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Judith Burke
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START GUEST HOST SESSION - The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Gwenytha Parrish, R.N., M.S.N. and Charity White, M.S.W. to the OVC Web Forum. They will be available to answer your q...
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