- March 18, 2020
- Posted by: Lucca Wang
- Categories: 2020, 2021, All News & Blog Posts, Press Releases
We will get through this together.
Friends and Partners:
The Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence (KCSDV) is also making changes in response to the pandemic of COVID-19. We know all of you are also making changes and working to protect your families and communities. Our primary commitment is to the health and safety of survivors of stalking, dating violence, and domestic and sexual violence and their families. That has not and will not change during this pandemic.
Our staff, their families, and the people we work in partnership with include populations who are particularly vulnerable to COVID-19. We also believe now is the time to assure we have continuity of services. We believe this is the appropriate response to today’s public health crisis.
Video on Kansas Sexual & Domestic Violence Services During the Pandemic
Guidance Documents for Kansas SA/DV Victim Advocacy Organizations
For guidance documents created by KCSDV for Kansas SA/DV victim advocacy organizations, visit the Member Programs Area COVID-19 webpage.
(Note: You will need to be logged into your website account to access this webpage.)
Housing, Rental, and Mortgage Resources
Kansas Public Health and Emergency Contacts
If you have symptoms such as fever, cough or shortness of breath and have had contact or believe you have had contact with someone who has a laboratory-confirmed case of COVID-19, stay home and call your healthcare provider.
National Workplace Resource Center
- National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)
- Resource Sharing Project (RSP)
- National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center
- Indian Country Today
Self-Advocacy and Disabilities
Video in English:
Booklets in plain language about coronavirus by the Self Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center (SARTAC):
COVID-19 Materials in More Languages
KANSAS CRISIS HOTLINE: 888-END-ABUSE | 888-363-2287
Last Updated on Apr 5, 2021