Centering Survivors with Incarceration Histories Online Learning Community
During this month's meeting, we are privileged to welcome back Ashley McSwain. In addition to directing Community Family Life Services, a DC-based service provider for incarceration-impacted women, Ashley is a professor of social work and teaches university-level courses on grant-writing. In Friday's meeting, she will discuss tips and myths about grant-writing, review components of success applications, and be available for Q&A.
These monthly virtual learning community meetings provide a space for service providers, advocates, and directly-impacted people working and living at the intersection of victimization and incarceration to share and learn from each other about promising practices for working with survivors with incarceration histories.
For information on the learning community, including how to join this month's meeting, please contact Kaitlin Kall at firstname.lastname@example.org.