June 26, 2013: Providence, Rhode Island

“Serving Immigrant Victims of Sexual Assault: Best Practices.” The training materials include:

  • Material: Participant Agenda for “Serving Immigrant Victims of Sexual Assault: Best Practices.”
  • Material: Faculty Bios
  • Plenary: Sexual Violence and Immigrant Survivors: Understanding the Context and Building Capacity to Serve Immigrant Sexual Assault Survivors
    • Powerpoint: Sexual Violence and Immigrant Survivors: Understanding the Context and Building Capacity to Serve Immigrant Sexual Assault Survivors
  • Session 1A: Trauma-Informed Advocacy with Immigrant Women
    • Powerpoint: Trauma-Informed Advocacy with Immigrant Women
    • Material: IPV Coercion Measure
    • Material: IPV Threat Appraisal Scale and Fear Scale
    • Material: Lifetime Trauma and Victimization History (LTVH) Instrument
    • Material: Primary Care PTSD Screen (PC-PTSD)
    • Material: Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9)
    • Material: Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) Spanish
    • Material: Coercion in Intimate Partner Relationships (CPR): A Measure of Demands, Surveillance, Coercive Tactics, and Behavioral Response to Coercive Tactics
    • Material: Cuestionario Historial de Trauma
    • Material: Danger Assessment
    • Material: PTSD Checklist – Civilian Version (PCL-C)
    • Material: Stressful Life Events Screening Questionnaire
    • Material: Trauma History Questionnaire
  • Session 1B: When Enough Is Too Much…Understanding Connections Between Sexual Violence and Stalking
    • Powerpoint: When Enough is Too Much…Identifying Connections Between Sexual Violence and Stalking
  • Plenary: Serving Sexual Assault Survivors: Conducting a Holistic Intake & Integrating Sexual Assault Into Your Core Services
    • Powerpoint: Serving Sexual Assault Survivors: Conducting a Holistic Intake and Integrating Sexual Assault Into Your Core Services
    • Material: Tips for Conducting a Victim-Centered Intake
    • Material: Social Media Privacy Tips for Sexual Assault Survivors
    • Material: Tips: Ensuring Effective and Accurate Interpretation
    • Material: Immigrant Survivor Walks Through The Door of Your Agency
    • Material: Coordinated Community Response to Sexual Assault in Your Community: An organizational Self-Assessment Tool
    • Material: Serving Sexual Assault Survivors: Conducting A Holistic Intake & Integrating Sexual Assault Into Your Core Services Scenarios
  • Session 2A: Justice is More than Jail
    • Powerpoint: Why (And How) Lawyers and Advocates Can Use Existing Civil Laws to Meet Immigrant Sexual Assault Survivors’ Most Critical Needs
    • Material: Scenario: Justice is More Than Jail
  • Session 2B: Immigration Relief for Sexual Assault Survivors
    • Powerpoint: Immigration Relief For Sexual Assault Survivors
    • Material: Immigration Relief: Scenarios
    • Material: Immigration Protection Screening Checklist
    • Material: Comparing Forms of Immigration Relief for Immigrant Victims of Crime
    • Material: Immigration Protection Screening Checklist: Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
  • Session 3A: How to Screen for and Respond to Sexual Violence in the Workplace
    • Powerpoint: How to Screen for and Respond to Sexual Violence in the Workplace
    • Material: How to Screen for and Respond to Sexual Violence in the Workplace – Case Stories
    • Material: Immigrant Women, Work, and Violence Statistics
    • Material: What Is Workplace Sexual Violence
    • Material: Fact Sheet: Sexual Harassment
  • Session 3B: Safety Planning with Immigrant Survivors of Sexual Assault
    • Powerpoint: Safety Planning With Immigrant Survivors of Sexual Assault
    • Material: Sexual Assault Response Team: SART Handbook
    • Material: Safety Planning with Adult Sexual Assault Survivors: A Guide for Advocates and Attorneys
    • Material: Building Comprehensive Sexual Assault Services Programs
    • Material: Safety Planning With Survivors of Non-Intimate Partner Sexual Assault: Ten (10) Tips for Advocates and Lawyers
    • Material: Building Stronger Sexual Assault Survivor Services Through Collaboration
  • Session 4A: Overcoming Criminal Justice System Challenges for Immigrant Survivors of Sexual Assault
    • Powerpoint: Overcoming Criminal Justice System challenges for Immigrant Survivors of Sexual Assault
    • Material: Patricia’s Story
    • Material: Department of Homeland Security Policy Answers to Law Enforcement Reasons for Not Certifying
    • Material: U-Visa: “Helpfulness”
  • Session 4B: Finding Collaborative Partners in Serving Immigrant Survivors of Sexual Assault
    • Powerpoint: Finding Collaborative Partners in Serving Immigrant Survivors of Sexual Assault
    • Material: An Advocate’s Guide to Immigrant Survivors’ Rights & Protections
    • Material: Immigration Protection Screening Checklist
    • Material: Immigrant Sexual Assault Survivor Walks Through The Door of Your Agency
  • Session 5A: Language Access for Sexual Assault Survivors and Working Effectively with Interpreters
    • Powerpoint: Language Access for Sexual Assault Survivors and Working Effectively with Interpreters
    • Material: Immigrant and Limited English Proficient Victims’ Access to the Criminal Justice System: The Importance of Collaboration
    • Material: Top 5 Languages Spoken at Home
    • Material: Tips: Ensuring Effective and Accurate Interpretation
  • Session 5B: Immigration relief for Sexual Assault Survivors
    • Powerpoint: Immigration Relief For Sexual Assault Survivors
    • Material: Immigration Relief: Scenarios
    • Material: Immigration Protection Screening Checklist
    • Material: Comparing Forms of Immigration Relief for Immigrant Victims of Crime
    • Material: Immigration Protection Screening Checklist: Special Immigrant Juvenile Status
  • Session 6A: Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault Survivors
    • Powerpoint: Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault
    • Material: Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault: Case Studies
    • Material: WHO Ethical and Safety Recommendations For Interviewing Trafficked Women
    • Material: Identifying a Trafficked/Enslaved Person
  • Session 6B: Justice id More than Jail
    • Powerpoint: Why (And How) Lawyers and Advocates Can Use Existing Civil Laws to Meet Immigrant Sexual Assault Survivors’ Most Critical Needs
    • Material: Scenario: Justice is More Than Jail
  • Closing Plenary: Taking it Home: Implementing the Tools That You Have Gained Here and Questions and Answers
    • Powerpoint: Taking it Home: Implementing the Tools that You have Gained Here.
    • Material: Closing Plenary Handout
  • State Immigrant Demographics
    • Powerpoint: Midwest Region Demographics
    • Powerpoint: West Region Demographics
    • Powerpoint: Northeast Region Demographics
    • Powerpoint: South Region Demographics
  • Link: DHS Roll Call Videos on U-Visa Certification and T-Visa Endorsement by Law Enforcement (Part 1)
  • Link: DHS Roll Call Videos on U-Visa Certification and T-Visa Endorsement by Law Enforcement (Part 2)
  • Link: Out of the Shadows (DHS Blue Campaign PSA)