Apr 29, 2020
María Limón, Rural Technical Assistance Manager with the Center on Domestic Violence (CDV) (pictured far left) conducted a week-long consultation and training with the staff at the Center Against Sexual and Family Violence
(CASFV) in El Paso. CDV is a technical assistance provider for rural domestic and sexual violence programs nationally. CASFV’s aim is to establish a coordinated community response in Culberson County where local community partners report a painful legacy of impunity when it comes to intimate partner violence. María used a strength-based planning process designed to center CASFV’s strengths in the development of a logic model they reportedly put to use immediately. “I’m always humbled when I work with rural programs; they are able to do so much with so little,” said María. “It’s the favorite part of my job.” Congratulations on this important work, María!