07 Apr Service Access for LGBTQ and/or TGNC Survivors of Violence
From 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM ET
At Online via Zoom
Presented by the NYS LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence Network, a project of the Anti-Violence Project
In observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and #QueerSVAM, please join the NYS LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence Network on Wednesday, April 20 from 12 PM to 1 PM to engage with and learn more about the Network’s new Service Access Assessment Tool & Survey for anti-violence organizations that wish to improve their services for LGBTQ and trans or gender non-conforming (TGNC) survivors of violence.
The Service Access Assessment Tool & Survey, created by the Network’s Service Access Committee, is a starting point to understanding and analyzing the ways in which organizational culture and structure may be contributing to barriers to access for LGBTQ+ survivors of color. After taking the assessment, organizations can record their score score and compare it to the scale found in the full assessment tool to see your service access and LGBTQ+/TGNCNB cultural competency level. Organizations can also find recommendations in the tool, and attend Network trainings on service access improvement to help them improve their accessibility score.