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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 with your colleagues on ...
OVCRC
06/22/2016
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Do you have examples of outreach campaigns that have been successful to communicate services and rights
Janice S.
06/22/2016
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Sid
06/22/2016
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what are some resources that are available for a LGBTQ young adult with mental disabilities who is still living under their mother's care?
Angelica Men
06/22/2016
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Sid
06/22/2016
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Do you know any resources for working with LGBTQ youth who are victims of human trafficking?
Megan
06/22/2016
arrow icon Also, the NW Network has done a webinar on "Holding Complexi...
Merril Cousin
06/22/2016
arrow icon Also a great question! Polaris has created a resource for se...
Sid
06/22/2016
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Your bio includes this information: The project created and evaluated training and technical assistance strategies aimed at building organizational capacities, skills, and knowledge. Are the evaluati...
Nancy
06/22/2016
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Sid
06/22/2016
arrow icon They will be, yes! OVC has a publication in process and we w...
Sid
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How would you suggest building relationships with LGBTQ community to encourage them to utilize county domestic violence services-specifically a shelter?
Erica
06/22/2016
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Sean Smith
09/22/2016
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Sid
06/22/2016
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Sid
06/22/2016
arrow icon Another great question! Any work to increase access to servi...
Sid
06/22/2016
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Hi Sid, I am looking for a guide of phrases and words that are appropriate and not appropriate to use when working with LGBTQ victims, particularly those who identify as transgender.
tina
06/22/2016
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Sid
06/22/2016
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Sid
06/22/2016
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how different of an approach do you need from providing services to adult LGBTQ as opposed to providing services for adolescent LGBTQ
Angelica Men
06/22/2016
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Sid
06/22/2016
arrow icon Part 2. Organizations should also be familiar with and maint...
Sid
06/22/2016
arrow icon Part 1. Great question! There are many things for service p...
Sid
06/22/2016
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L. M. Williams
06/22/2016
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The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Sid Jordan, J.D. to the OVC Web Forum. Sid will be available to answer your questions on best practices for Integrating the Needs of LGBTQ Victim...
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