Monthly Archives: October 2017

Seeking Expert Panelists on Issues Related to Parental Abduction

Coverage in the media (print, broadcast and social media) and widespread use of AMBER Alerts have increased public awareness of parental abduction over the years.  From a policy perspective, there have been a number of policies implemented to address parental kidnapping on state, national and international levels, including but ..Read More…

Survey: Barriers Faced Seeking Assistance Following Assault

 

The National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project at American University Washington College of Law is conducting a survey designed to learn about the barriers that may prevent foreign-born, immigrant, and limited English proficient victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, child abuse, elder abuse, and human trafficking from seeking assistance and ..Read More…

Survey: Health Care Policies and Funding

 

In the wake of federal uncertainty regarding health care policies and funding, the Council on Mentally Ill Offenders (COMIO) dedicated 2017 to understanding the impact of the Affordable Care Act on Californians who have behavioral health challenges and are justice-involved or at risk of justice-involvement.

We need to ..Read More…

Seeking Expert Panelists on Issues Related to Parental Abduction


Coverage in the media (print, broadcast and social media) and widespread use of AMBER Alerts have increased public awareness of parental abduction over the years. From a policy perspective, there have been a number of policies implemented to address parental kidnapping on state, national and international levels, including but not limited to ..Read More…

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