2019 Spring Virtual Training: Her Health, Her Housing: Improving Services for Women Experiencing Homelessness
2019 Spring Virtual Training: Her Health, Her Housing
Please join us for our free 2019 Spring Virtual Training, Her Health, Her Housing: Improving Services for Women Experiencing Homelessness, from March 6-28! Women and families are the fastest-growing segments of the American homeless population. Whether on the streets, doubled-up, or temporarily sheltered, women without homes face complex challenges such as increased risk of sexual assault, lack of access to preventive and prenatal care, and all-too-prevalent trauma.
Learn how you can improve services for women experiencing homelessness through trauma-informed, quality care in our eight free, CME-accredited webinars. Featuring national experts, our sessions will explore the impact of violence, sex work, and racism on women without homes as well as best practices for medical respite care, cervical cancer screening, prenatal services, and more!
Click below to register for individual webinars or view session descriptions to learn more.
Wednesday, March 20
|12 p.m. CT||Minority Stress: Racism and Women’s Issues|
Thursday, March 21
|12 p.m. CT||Forsake Me Not: How HCH Providers Can Deliver Better Care to Pregnant Women Experiencing Homelessness|
Wednesday, March 27
|12 p.m. CT||Safety Planning with Women Experiencing Homelessness|
Thursday, March 28
|12 p.m. CT||Trauma-Informed Cervical Cancer Screening in Women with Experience of Homelessness: Translating Principles Into Practice|