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October 2020

Domestic Violence Awareness Month Events Oct 15, 2020

10/22 - Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has arguably effected the Elder and Dependent Adult population in every aspect of their lives. As we recognize the hardships endured and the continued work needed join us in this important discussion of the unique challenges, barriers faced and lessons learned throughout Alameda County.

Register for the Discussion

Download the flyer

Panelists:

Nicole Howell
Executive Director,
Ombudsman Services of Contra Costa,
Solano, and Alameda Counties

Briggitte Lowe
Deputy District Attorney,
Alameda County District Attorney's Office

Vanessa Baker
Program Manager,
Division of Aging & Adult Protection

James Treggiari
Executive Director,
Legal Assistance for Seniors

Moderated by
The Honorable Victor A. Rodriguez, Alameda County Superior Court Judge

Co-sponsored by
Alameda County District Attorney's Office
Alameda County Family Violence Council


10/27 - Wellness Wednesdays

Come join us in a safe space to learn and practice mindfulness techniques. The focus is on self-care to reduce stress and support healing and growth. Take time for yourself.

2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 12:15 to 1 pm

Virtual Zoom meeting: https://tinyurl.com/y3t3mcmd
Dr. Joanna Zygmont
ACFJC Trauma Recovery Center
(510) 267-8800Join here


Saturdays in October -Community Conversations

A Safe Space will host virtual discussions guided by members of the African American Domestic Peace Project through the month.

10/17 - Re-Entry + Domestic Violence

10/24 - Mental Health + Trauma

Save your spot for these conversations here