Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Survivors
In this engaging webinar, you will learn how to use trauma-informed approaches to assist immigrant and refugee families. Topics include the basics of immigration, the differences between legal and undocumented immigrants, and legal remedies. As an advocate, you will understand the importance of cultural humility and have the opportunity to improve the quality of the survivors’ lives. You will have access to resources that facilitate the integration of the immigrant and refugee survivors through education, training, and other supportive services. The training will conclude with a 30-minute panel discussion.
ODVN Trainers: Amy Harcar, Family Care Manager at Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services (ETSS) serving central Ohio; Kim Alabasi, Esq., Immigration Attorney serving Cuyahoga and Lake Counties; Samantha Salamon, Esq., Attorney for Asian Services in Action, Inc. (ASIA) serving Akron and Cleveland areas
Moderator: Denise Kontras, RA, MA, ODVN Training Coordinator
CEUs: 3.5 CEUs will be available for this training. To obtain them, you are required to attend the entire training. You will be asked to fill out an evaluation prior to receiving a certificate of attendance.
Deadline to Register: March 15, 2021
American Sign Language interpreters will be available.
Upon registering, you should receive a confirmation email within 24 hours. If you have not, please contact [email protected]