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Poverty at the Forefront - Shared screen with gallery view
Racquel Patterson
35:33
Hello, Racquel Patterson Chester County Case Manager
Margaret Gibson
35:34
Margaret Gibson, Director of Community Services, Wateree CAA
Rebecca Clark
35:49
Hello, Rebecca Clark, SCACAP EHS-CCP Program Director
Tandy Bannister
35:54
Tandy Bannister-SHARE
Sandra Woods
35:55
Sandra Woods, Data Manager with Piedmont Community Actions Head Start in Spartanburg, SC
Whitney Lawrimore
35:56
Whitney Lawrimore, WEOC, Community Services Specialist
Lorraine McCall
35:59
Family Advocate SCACAP
Sarah Simmons
36:09
Dr. Sarah R. Simmons/ PCA
Veronica Robinson
36:11
Veronica Robinson, County Coordinator, Wateree Community Actions, Inc.
Carol Walker
36:12
Carol Walker SHARE
Gloria Smith
36:26
Gloria Smith- SHARE
LaVonya Baker
36:26
Lavonya Baker, SHARE Program Coordinator
Audrey Eades
36:30
Audrey Eades, SCACAP Compliance/Quality Assurance Specialist
Martina Mitchell
36:38
Martina Mitchell SCACAP EHS CCP (Health Coordinator)
Falonda Smith
36:46
Hi I'm Falonda Smith, Piedmont Community Action HS/EHS
Danielle Cooper
36:59
Danielle Cooper, SCACAP Family Services Coordinator
Angelique Frost
37:06
SCACAP, EHS Family advocate
Fedrick Wilson
37:35
Hi, I'm Fedrick A. Wilson, Program Coordinator of COVID V.O.I.C.E.S. Project, SCACAP
Jennifer Wishart
37:43
Jennifer Wishart, SCACAP-EHS, family advocate
Kristen Hanser
38:18
elderly
Martina Mitchell
38:30
young children
George Coles
38:47
george coles,education coordinator,scacap
Kristen Hanser
38:48
people with poor support systems
Racquel Patterson
38:49
Those with mental disabilities
Gloria Smith
39:42
Homeless people.
Martina Mitchell
41:38
women
Sandra Woods
42:00
single parent that have moved to new locations with support.
Artimisha Foser
44:42
Artimisha Foster, Energy & Economic Development Manager, Carolina Community Actions, Inc. Rock Hill SC 29730
Kristen Hanser
45:35
Documents needed for community help is a barrier often for the powerless partner to get hands on documents held by dominant partner
Racquel Patterson
51:51
poverty limits what resources are available
Lorraine McCall
52:34
Embarrassing
Kristen Hanser
53:38
There is inherent shame in being poor, which clouds every decision one in poverty might make
Racquel Patterson
54:09
lack of education can hinder someone from seeking resources also
Sandra Woods
57:45
trust is a factors, generation curses
Racquel Patterson
59:30
sometimes its as simple as self esteem, not knowing our worth keeps us in these violent relationships
Kristen Hanser
01:01:57
Isolation breeds belief that what the perpetrator says about what "might happen" is only truth
Racquel Patterson
01:07:06
they may not speak on it for fear of loosing that job
Kristen Hanser
01:08:08
all of these question why the victim isn't changing their behavior... Which is slight victim blaming
Sandra Woods
01:09:17
lack of educational credential
Kristen Hanser
01:18:31
Mood and anxiety issues plague survivors and effect their job performance , parenting skills, and every part of life.
Martina Mitchell
01:18:59
Unfortunately, the victims find security in the violent partners...
Kristen Hanser
01:25:35
Systems of support have to improve in order to build trust in the process. Knowledge is growing, but the systems like law enforcement etc have to get a better track record
Racquel Patterson
01:25:37
the sexual act itself feels good so there is a since of embarrassment so it might go unreported
Gloria Smith
01:27:03
Thank you Ms. Marshall.
Kristen Hanser
01:27:07
Thank you, So informative
Margaret Gibson
01:27:22
Thank you! Good information.
Annette Washington
01:27:25
Thank you! great info
Rebecca Clark
01:27:30
Thank you, Great information!
George Coles
01:27:31
lots of powerful info
Sandra Woods
01:27:45
👏👏👏 Thank you
Sarah Simmons
01:27:52
Great Information/Workshop-Dr. Sarah R. Simmons
Natasha Pauling
01:28:56
Please send your suggestions to npauling@scacap.org and info@scacap.org
Suhad Saadeh
01:29:49
Thank you SCACAP! Great presentation!
Racquel Patterson
01:30:03
bye
Natasha Pauling
01:31:10
it@scacap.org