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Community Workshop – Access in Correctional Settings

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DeafHope and DeafSafe Access for Survivors Webinar

This webinar is for hearing organizations to learn about increasing their access to Deaf survivors.


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Join DeafHope and DeafSafe in this interactive webinar training specifically for DV/SA advocates, law enforcement and prosecutors who wish to better serve Deaf Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence. This training is conducted by Deaf advocates who have extensive experience working with Deaf survivors and with local police officers, assistant district attorneys and victim advocates.  Our webinar will discuss best practices on communicating with Deaf and hard of hearing survivors, provide insight on the culture and language perspective of the Deaf community, and tips on dealing with communication issues REGISTER TODAY!

This workshop is presented in ASL with spoken English interpretation and English captions. For accommodations or other questions about this training session, please contact us no later than September 20:

This project was supported by Grant No. 2014-UD-AX-0005 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.

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Like football? Watch Monday night games AND support DeafHope!

Amber is hosting an online NFL Squares Pool fundraiser for DeafHope.  Help support our work to end violence while you enjoy Monday Night Football.  Four chances to win every week for each square you buy!
Interested in joining our Squares Pool? Here’s how it works. For $75 you get one square.  Log into our pool website and pick your favorite square on the grid (like bingo) before the first game.  That will be your square for every week of the season. Here is an example of the first week grid:
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Now just sit back and enjoy Monday Night Football.  Once the season starts and everyone has chosen their squares, the bingo grid will be randomly filled in with the score numbers along the top and side of the grid to replace the question marks.  You can log in to see the score for your square. Here is an example:
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At the end of the game, let’s say these are the scores at each quarter, just for fun:
Q1: 4-9 Rams – Amber wins $25!
Q2: 2-6 Rams – Raider Fan wins $50
Q3: 1-9 Rams – Aracelia wins $50!
Q4: 9-8 49ers – Team DeafHope wins $75!
For more chances to win, buy more squares! Each square costs $75 one time then you play for the whole season! After each game, we will send winnings to the winner through their Paypal account.
If you are interested in joining our pool, send $75 per square via PayPal to  Once we receive your payment, we will send instructions on how to lock in your square on the grid. Thanks for your support in ending violence!

Happy Pride!

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Survivor Centered Advocacy Research

Find out more about a new project DeafHope is participating in with the Blue Shield of California Foundation and the Asian Pacific Institute on Gender Based Violence:

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ALC – Leadership and Community Change


[image description: South Asian woman in traditional dress, hair pulled back, glasses, holding microphone. She is standing in front of a screen with a powerpoint slide.  Blue text on white background: Learn from the people Plan with the people Begin with what they have Build on what they know of the best leaders When the task is accomplished the people will remark We have done it ourselves   – Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching]

Upcoming Events

October 2016

  • Deaf Access for Survivors webinar: Oct. 5 10a
  • DVSV Training Must attend all three days: Oct 14, 15 & 16 9-5p