Prevention During a Pandemic: Exploring the Changing Context
Over six months have passed since the first stay-at-home/shelter-in-place orders were enacted to prevent to spread of coronavirus through communities across the U.S. This pandemic not only has devastating consequences for physical health, but increases risk of sexual and intimate partner violence while creating new challenges to preventing violence in communities. This podcast explores how our context has changed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and its relation to sexual and intimate partner violence prevention through a look-back at conversations PreventConnect has had with the field since March 2020.
Part 2 of this podcast is now available, showcasing innovative ideas and practices preventionists have shared with PreventConnect for preventing sexual and intimate partner violence during the coronavirus pandemic.
List of PreventConnect materials featuring conversations about prevention during the COVID-19 pandemic:
- Web conference recording: Let’s Connect: Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention During a Pandemic
- Web conference recording: Preventing violence in our homes: Meeting this moment with connection, care, and justice
- Blog/Guest Profile: Preventing violence amidst the pandemic: A spotlight on the Center at McKinleyville and National Compadres Network (Part 1)
- Blog/Guest Profile: Preventing violence amidst the pandemic: A spotlight on Ujima, Inc. and Hogg Foundation for Mental Health (Part 2)
- Blog/Guest Profile: Preventing violence amidst the pandemic: A spotlight on Stop It Now! and Vital Village (Part 3)
- Violence Prevention & Mask Making podcasts