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CHAPs, BHAs, and DHATs making an impact in rural Alaska:
Two of EAT's providers were able to attend the inaugural training. We hope to have all of our providers complete this important training.
- • Unfortunately, many areas of the state lack the ability to document and collect medical evidence to help protect victims of crime
•Each victim of violence deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, and to have evidence of the crimes committed against them preserved for future prosecution
• Forensic evidence collection requires the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to do so from the onset of patient care.
• ACFTA offers nurses and health care professionals, across the state, training to ensure trauma informed care for victims of violence which will ultimately promote justice for all victims in Alaska.
Attention Sand Point: