Parallels to the displacement of Ukrainian women in war following Russian invasion. Support and resources following a Sacramento church murder-suicide claiming three children and chaperone. UC Davis museum receives a rare architectural recognition.
- Joanna Regulska, Vice Provost and Dean of Global Affairs at UC Davis discusses caring for international students as well as the displacement of Ukrainian women as men are forced to stay and fight a Russian invasion.
- Captain Richard Alamo with Sacramento City Fire Department discusses the behavioral health unit for first responders when responding to traumatic crises.
- Mindi Russell with the Sacramento Law Enforcement Chaplaincy explains the support offered to the community and schools in times of crisis.
- Beth Hassett, CEO of WEAVE, the primary provider of crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County.
- Rachel Teagle, Founding Director of the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, and Florian Idenburg, founder of the architectural firm SO-IL, discuss the museum being recognized as one of the 25 best museum buildings in the past 100 years.
If you or someone you know needs support around domestic violence, here are some local resources in the Sacramento area:
- My Sister’s House serves Asian and Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence. They have a 24-hour multilingual hotline: 916-428-3271
- WEAVE, Inc. supports survivors of domestic violence. Their 24/7 crisis support line: 916-920-2952
- La Familia Counseling Center offers multilingual mental health crisis support. Their emergency after-hours number: 916-227-2600
Displacement of Women in War | Support Following Church Murder-Suicide | UC Davis Museum Receives Architectural Recognition