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NCVRW: Lessons from the New Orleans Family Justice Center on Adjusting Services to Our New Reality
The presenters will discuss the rapid response of the New Orleans Family Justice Center to COVID-19, which included moving to remote service provision and adjusting services to meet the emergency needs of survivors. Megan & Carly will describe the creative ways the NOFJC maintained a supportive and robust virtual community for their clients. Attendees will obtain an example of responsive crisis management, including examples relevant to practitioners across the service spectrum, from direct service to agency management and community advocacy.

Apr 22, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Carly J. Smith
Director of Client Services @New Orleans Family Justice Center
Carly J. Smith is a licensed master social worker with expertise in the fields of domestic and family violence. Carly currently serves as Director of Client Services at the New Orleans Family Justice Center, where she supervises the delivery of supportive services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and stalking. She believes in a trauma-informed approach to service delivery and team management.
Megan Staab
Director of Children's Services @New Orleans Family Justice Center
Megan Staab is a licensed professional counselor and board-certified supervisor. Megan is the Director of Children’s Services and a trauma therapist at the New Orleans Family Justice Center. Megan has provided children’s counseling, adult counseling, family counseling and group counseling to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and stalking for the last 7 years. Megan works fulltime and is currently enrolled as a PhD student in counselor education and supervision.