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Sheehan Niethold is the new Program Assistant; she provides administrative support for the Chief Strategy Officer and the NLN program staff and consultants. Where are you from? I was born in Denver, Colorado, but raised in beautiful Reno, Nevada. Where do you feel most at home? I feel most at home anytime I’m with my family, […]

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Post submitted by Marissa Young, Outreach and Training Coordinator at the Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Resource Project (DVRP). Culturally accessible services allow survivors to feel understood, cared for and heard. Providing culturally accessible services requires more than just employing staff who speak the same language as the survivors. It also means ensuring that survivors are understood […]

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Who is this document for? This is a Question and Answer (Q&A) for domestic violence and sexual assault (DV/SA) victim advocates and attorneys who are serving immigrant survivors of gender-based violence, both undocumented survivors and survivors who may be eligible for VAWA self-petitions, U visas, T visas or applying for gender-based asylum. Keep in mind […]

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  Jorge Vidal is the CSSP Project Coordinator, which works to provide technical assistance and guidance to Culturally Specific Services Program grantees. This is a collaborative process in which the grantee and Casa de Esperanza strategize various sustainability solutions to strengthen culturally specific services during and beyond the two-year CSSP grant cycle. Where are you […]

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On September 30, 2016, Casa de Esperanza held a celebration event in Minneapolis, Minn., titled Honoring Latina Leadership. More than 260 guests gathered to recognize the contributions of seven outstanding Latina leaders in Minnesota in celebration of the work they do to move our communities forward, inspire future generations, and promote healthy families and communities. […]

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The Increasing Language Access in the Courts toolkit examines advocates’ observations about the court experiences of survivors with limited English proficiency, and offers guidance and resources to build systems change efforts for language accessibility. This toolkit is designed to guide and inform advocates working with survivors with limited English proficiency (LEP) who are involved in […]

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The Increasing Language Access in the Courts toolkit examines advocates’ observations about the court experiences of survivors with limited English proficiency, and offers guidance and resources to build systems change efforts for language accessibility. This toolkit is designed to guide and inform advocates working with survivors with limited English proficiency (LEP) who are involved in […]

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The Increasing Language Access in the Courts toolkit examines advocates’ observations about the court experiences of survivors with limited English proficiency, and offers guidance and resources to build systems change efforts for language accessibility. This toolkit is designed to guide and inform advocates working with survivors with limited English proficiency (LEP) who are involved in […]

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By: Micaela Ríos, Project Manager At the beginning of October, Casa de Esperanza participated on the National Call of Unity, an opportunity for us to step away from our busy schedules and remember those that have lost their lives to violence, celebrate those that have survived these senseless acts of inhumanity, honor the courage and legacy […]

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This week the Department of Labor (DOL) released its final rule[1] requiring employers that receive federal contracts to provide paid sick leave for their employees. DOL estimates 1.15 million federal contract employees will benefit, including hundreds of thousands who are not currently guaranteed a single paid sick day. These workers will join the approximately 11 […]

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