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Women's Welfare in Washoe: A Community Conversation

Updated: Jun 26, 2022

For April's Community Conversation Speaker Series, we explore the intersectionality of domestic abuse, housing, and homelessness for women and children in our community and meet experts trying to make a difference. Change requires solutions as complex and interconnected as the problems they aim to address.

Join us in a conversation with experts on the front lines of homelessness in our community. Many issues like poverty and domestic violence interconnect with houselessness. Discover common misconceptions organizations face in the Truckee Meadows while working on these issues. You'll also learn the innovative ways organizations address problems and how you can support change in your community.

Explore how the intersectionality of domestic abuse, housing, and homelessness requires solutions as complex and interconnected as the problems these organizations aim to address.

RSVP appreciated but NOT required!

April 27th @ 12 NOON Lunchtime WatchParty on the Truckee Meadows Tomorrow YouTube Channel:

Or via the direct link here:

Panelists Include:

Lori Fralick: Victim Services Professional with 30 years working with victims in Northern Nevada- Former Supervisor of the Reno Police Department Victim Services Unit

Sylvia Gonzalez: Director of Client Services for the Domestic Violence Resource Center

Alexis Hill: Vice Chair of the Washoe County Commissioners

Norris DuPree, Jr. PhD: President of Transformations Therapy and Behavioral Consultation; a licensed Family Therapist, Psychologist (Psychometric testing) and Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor (LADC)

Hosted and Moderated by Erica Mirich, Executive Director of Truckee Meadows Tomorrow

This speaker series is made possible by the generous support of Microsoft, Washoe County Health District, Washoe Education Association and Renown Health.

Get informed by checking out the Nevada Tomorrow Community Data Exchange. Learn about this free, dynamic, easy to use, one-stop digital resource for access to community quality of life data. There you will find up-to-date demographic, education, environmental, economic, health, social determinant and equity data that highlights trends, challenges and opportunities in our Nevada communities; hundreds of maps, tables and figures and promising practices.

We hope to see you there!


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