Health Matters, Television for Life
When abuse, stress, neglect, grief and addiction are present in a home children suffer.
Health Matters, Television for Life is made possible in part by
Stacy Wenzl MHPA, LSSBB
Data Center Manager, Spokane Regional Health District
Ms Wenzl serves as a lead consultant in the Public Health Center for Excellence in Washington State and manages the Data Center at Spokane Regional Health District.
Morgan Colburn MSW
Associate Director of Counseling, YWCA Spokane
She specializes in trauma therapy at YWCA, has worked in the domestic violence field for over 5yrs and for 3yrs as a YWCA Domestic Violence Advocate in the local DSHS Community
Sgt. Jordan Ferguson
Spokane Police Department Major Crimes Domestic Violence Unit
Sgt Ferguson has been in law enforcement for over 3 decades, has supervised the Major Crimes Domestic Violence Unit since 2016 and has extensive training in trauma based interviewing and other issues related to Domestic violence.
Leah Edwards BSN, RN
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center, Nurse Manager, Adult Emergency Department
Leah has over 11 years of nursing and leadership experience in the Emergency Department. She has worked with a diverse patient population in caring for all levels of traumatic injuries, including domestic violence.
24-Hour Domestic Violence Helpline:509-326-CALL (2255)
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
Idaho – Safe Passage Violence Prevention Center 208-664-9303
City of Spokane Domestic Violence Unit
NCTSN -The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
What It Means to be a Man – A Talk by Jackson Katz
February 11, 2019 • 5:30 pm
YWCA Spokane - 509-742-0111
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