Capstone Project (Open Access)
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Health, Human Services and Public Policy
Collaborative Health and Human Services
Santa Cruz County’s Shared Safety Workgroup, a collaborative chapter of United Way Santa Cruz, is working to better meet the needs of survivors and victims of crime. Due to the complexity of their trauma and the systems they navigate many survivors of crime are experiencing re-victimization. UWSCC attempted to create a comprehensive system mapping process for Santa Cruz County’s survivor-serving system with the assistance of community agencies. The expected outcome of the system mapping project is to create the first-ever system mapping tech platform that uniquely autogenerates services for survivors of crime while eliminating specific barriers based on their individual needs. This level of system mapping had never been done statewide or nationally which prolonged the completed project. The project shifted to focus on three agencies that helped to develop three infographics used to distribute to survivor-serving agencies to connect survivors of crime to resources and avoid re-victimization.
Chesney, Ashley R., "Victims of Crime: System Navigation" (2023). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 1415.
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