Interpersonal Abuse Training
Interpersonal abuse is an issue that spans race,
age, socioeconomic status, and culture.
Regrettably, it is astoundingly prevalent, including in Island
Education sessions to enable
all of us to better recognize and empathetically respond to victims of abusive
situations are now available at no charge to any organizational group or
In these sessions,
participants learn about subtle as well as overt forms of abuse, challenges
victims face, trauma-informed compassionate responses, and community
To schedule a training or learn more, contact
Nicole Marley, Public Health Coordinator at email@example.com
Implementation of the CHIP has already begun. For some strategies, project leaders and partners have mobilized and are moving forward. For others, strategy implementation will require building new partnerships, researching best practices, identifying resources and adapting to changing local, regional and national environments. The plan's implementation will be reviewed and updated annually over the next three years. The CHIP work groups and the Community Health Advisory Board will assist Island County Public Health in tracking and evaluating how well the strategies are addressing goals and objectives. They will also make recommendations if greater impact can be achieved through modifications.
Island County Public Health and our partners seek to expand the network of agencies and stakeholders committed to supporting the CHIP. New opportunities and alliances must be formed with others working toward improving community health to ensure the plan's success across all sectors. As this initiative moves forward, public involvement is essential. Opportunities exist to get involved and stay informed.
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