Date: 2018-03-11 07:40
Interest in the program, called NY State of Health: The Official Health Plan Marketplace, has been high, and we want you to know that you don 8767 t have to figure out which option is best for you and your family on your own.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Law Association of Greater NY (LeGal) LeGal is an association of the LGBT legal community in the New York metropolitan area.
The aim of this session is to raise awareness among prosecutor-based staff and other victim advocates and allied professionals to more effectively assist survivors during exoneration processes. Two original victims who faced post-conviction exonerations share their personal and very compelling stories, followed by Richmond Commonwealth s Attorney, who provides recommendations from a prosecutor s perspective on ways to improve the experiences of victims facing an exoneration. The Healing Justice Project concludes with a summary of general recommended practices to improve the experiences of original victims.
This webinar reviews the use of brain imaging techniques and the latest research to describe how changes in brain structure affect financial decisionmaking, and the implications of the research for the legal system.
New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) OASAS oversees one of the nation 8767 s largest addiction services systems with more than 6,655 prevention, treatment and recovery programs.
Gay Men 8767 s Health Crisis 996 West 88 St (between 8 th & 9 th Aves) New York, NY 65566 Main: Helpline: GMHC provides HIV/AIDS related services including education, print and video materials, women& rsguo s initiatives, peer counseling services, support groups, financial advocacy, recreation and meal programs, legal services and seminars.
"Extremely anti-gay, anti-bi, anti-trans rhetoric is constantly creating a poisonous environment and it really needs to stop."
Inspired by OVC's Vision 76 recommendations to support strategic change in the victim assistance field, these webinars provide innovative and relevant information about transformational victim service topics.
Elze, D. (in press). Oppression, prejudice and discrimination. In D. F. Morrow & L. Messinger (Eds.), Sexual orientation and gender expression in social work practice: Working with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. New York: Columbia University Press.
Mayer, K. H., Mimiaga, M., VanDerwarker, R., Goldhammer, H., & Bradford, J. (in press). Fenway Community Health’s model of integrated community-based LGBT care, education and research. In I. Meyer & M. Northridge, Handbook of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender health.