Proposal Title

Service Providers Influence on Housing Instability for Domestic Violence Survivors

Presenter Information

Adriana Hastie, Lesley University

Abstract

This work begins to explore the inconsistency of services to domestic violence survivors needing housing support services to avoid or leave homelessness. It offers both political and ethical considerations of service providers responsibilities for training and competencies in both housing and domestic violence. This work also identifies the less served populations who are at a high risk to fall through the cracks of a broken system.

Author Type

Faculty

Start Date

24-3-2017 12:00 PM

End Date

24-3-2017 12:50 PM

Disciplines

Community Health | Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence | Finance | Place and Environment

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Service Providers Influence on Housing Instability for Domestic Violence Survivors

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This work begins to explore the inconsistency of services to domestic violence survivors needing housing support services to avoid or leave homelessness. It offers both political and ethical considerations of service providers responsibilities for training and competencies in both housing and domestic violence. This work also identifies the less served populations who are at a high risk to fall through the cracks of a broken system.