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Utilize CAPSEA's FREE Medical Advocacy Services
CAPSEA’S trained Medical Advocates and Counselors are available to assist abuse victims and provide life-saving training to providers – free of charge. We offer providers informational sessions on a wide range of topics and can assist patients with everything from attending appointments to securing safe housing .
Helping Providers and Patients Across Elk and Cameron Counties
CAPSEA's Medical Advocacy Services
CAPSEA’S trained Medical Advocates and Counselors offer informational sessions and in-person consultations related to these topics:
How to best serve victims of varying demographics, including LGBTQIA+, children, and elderly patients.
How to Spot Abuse
Signs and symptoms of abuse, including secondary symptoms like traumatic brain injuries.
Safe & Supportive Internal Policy
Suggestions and assistance to create a safe and nurturing environment for victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence to discretely seek help.
Meet CAPSEA's Medical Advocate: Amanda Tyler
Amanda’s role as a Medical Advocate is critical to providing survivors with the help they need after a traumatic event. Amanda helps ensure survivors have the best possible experience in medical settings, provides training to and build relationships with medical professionals in the area, and participates in community events to provide education.
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Fill out the form with your name and contact information, and someone from the CAPSEA staff will reach out within 3 business days. Or contact us directly using the information listed below.
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