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Serving Incarcerated Survivors Throughout COVID-19

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Serving Incarcerated Survivors During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has made accessing rape disaster assist companies extraordinarily tough— particularly for survivors behind bars. Throughout this digital gathering, recorded on April 2, JDI and CALCASA workers reply questions and supply assist to advocates working to make sure incarcerated survivors proceed to obtain companies very important to their therapeutic.

We provide the recording of this dialog as a complement to official sources of knowledge on this evolving public well being disaster, in an effort to proceed to heart incarcerated survivors. Even in one of the best of instances, the tales and wishes of incarcerated survivors are continuously disregarded. Incarcerated survivors of sexual abuse and sexual harassment proceed to wish the lifeline of rape disaster companies and advocacy supplied by Sufferer Advocates through letter and hotline to a fair better diploma throughout COVID-19.

Handouts:
Slides

Letter Template for Incarcerated Survivors Throughout COVID-19

Self-Led Workshops to Mail to Clients Who are Incarcerated
(developed by A Window Between Worlds)

A Window Between Worlds’ Resource for Advocates

COVID-19 Coronavirus: What You Need to Know in Corrections

For assist or assist on this subject please contact:
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Marsela Rojas has roots in Southern California and Mexico. Her work has primarily included training, advocacy, and analysis round sexual violence prevention, reproductive justice, and prisoner rights. She has taught ladies’s research at a college and in jail, facilitated workshops and trainings at school ladies’s facilities, and supplied advocacy for survivors of sexual and home violence.

At CALCASA she works with rape disaster facilities throughout the state to offer advocacy to survivors in prisons and detention facilities. Marsela is dedicated to the long-term systemic change essential to free our communities from interpersonal and structural violence in all its kinds. When she’s not within the workplace she likes to prepare dinner for family and friends, hike, and go to museums.

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