Clinical Services for Battered Women Now Available to USA Health Students – Fox 10 News
USA Health students now offering clinical services to battered women Fox 10 News
Clinical services for battered women are now available to USA Health students. This is a major step forward in providing support and resources for those who have experienced domestic violence.
USA Health, a leading health system in the United States, has partnered with the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) to provide clinical services to students who have experienced domestic violence. The partnership is part of USA Health’s commitment to providing comprehensive healthcare services to its students.
The clinical services offered by USA Health and the NCADV include individual and group counseling, crisis intervention, safety planning, and referrals to community resources. The services are available to all USA Health students, regardless of their gender or sexual orientation.
The clinical services are designed to help students who have experienced domestic violence cope with their trauma and work towards healing. The services also provide students with a safe space to talk about their experiences and receive support from trained professionals.
USA Health is committed to providing quality healthcare services to its students. This partnership with the NCADV is an important step in providing resources and support to those who have experienced domestic violence. The clinical services offered by USA Health and the NCADV will help students heal and move forward in their lives.
Fox 10 News is proud to report on this important development in providing clinical services for battered women to USA Health students. We hope that this partnership will help more people get the support they need and help create a world free from domestic violence.
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