Odyssey Impact, Faith Trust Institute and ACPE convened a town hall conversation examining how COVID-19’s stay-at-home orders are impacting the physical, psychological and spiritual isolation of people experiencing, or at risk of experiencing intimate partner violence, and how both chaplains and congregational leaders can help. Led by Odyssey's Director of Religion and Civic Engagement and Featuring faith leaders, spiritual care providers and experts in the field, including: Rev. Tawana Davis, Co-Founder, Soul 2 Soul Sisters; Fr. Charles W. Dahm, O.P. Archdiocesan Director of Domestic Violence Outreach, Chicago; Cortney Fisher, JD, PhD, Deputy Director Jewish Coalition Against Domestic Abuse (JCADA); Rev. Amy Gopp, Sr. Minister, Kent United Church of Christ and President, Faith Trust Institute; Imam Mohamed Magid, Executive Imam, All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) Center.
More supportive resources for faith leaders and spiritual care providers, and especially COVID-19 resources, please visit: