News & Events
2015 is rapidly drawing to a close. Make your tax-deductible donation to DeafHope today just in time for it to count! Deaf survivors need your support.
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DeafHope’s DVSV Training will be offered three times in 2016
Attendance at all three days (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) is required.
If you are traveling from out of town, we recommend flying into the Oakland Airport and staying at the Downtown Oakland Courtyard Marriott hotel. It is near public transportation and only a short driving distance to our office. Click here for their website.
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Jan 22-24 / June 3-5 / Oct 14-16
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CONTENT: Violence Against Women, Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, Community Accountability
WHO: Community members
WHERE: Alameda County FJC, 470 27th Street, Oakland
TIME: 9 am- 5 pm
TO REGISTER: email@example.com
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Today DeafHope honors all Trans people in our communities and grieves for the lives lost to violence.
Sharing again our vlog from last year about Trans Day of Remembrance. Transcript in comments in link.
We had a great time at the Open House yesterday. Wonderful to see so many beautiful faces there. Hope the school year goes well for everyone!
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Stay tuned for our 2016 training schedule, to be released soon!
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Description/Transcript: [A Deaf Latina woman is wearing a black top with her hair up in a bun. She is outside with bushes in the background.] “Hello, My name is Aracelia and I am one of DeafHope’s Empowerment Director. I am here to inform the community and warn that we have been seeing an increase of fraud activity in terms of using our Board President, Julie Rems Smario’s name. Julie is not a DeafHope staff nor is seeking for a personal assistance. If you have been contacted by someone using Julie’s name seeking for a personal assistance and needing you to deposit checks for her and other duties. If the request looks suspicious, please contact police and Indeed (website) authorities and report suspicious activity. We are aware of several incidents and we want the community to know. Thank you.”
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The Advocacy Learning Center is accepting applications for the next class. DeafHope is going through the program now, we highly recommend it! We have learned so much, been given the time and tools to dramatically improve our direct services to Deaf survivors. They will have an informational webinar on November 4 – this is the link to register. You can apply for the program here.
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- Deaf Access for Survivors webinar: Oct. 5 10a
- DVSV Training Must attend all three days: Oct 14, 15 & 16 9-5p