Stipend: Annex HealthCare Impact Advisory Committee

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Position Summary
Are you passionate about making change in your community and making a lasting impact on systems of that have caused harm to marginalized communities? The Annex teen clinic is currently seeking dedicated BIPOC young adults ages 18-24 who will serve on an advisory committee. You will have the chance to share your lived experience accessing sexual/reproductive health care in the form of facilitated listening sessions. You will also increase your knowledge in healing practices, trauma informed care and the ways racism impacts the health care systems.
You will have an opportunity to integrate your lived experience to create a guide for healthcare workers to ensure their practices are trauma informed and based in antiracism practices.

About Annex Teen Clinic Project:
Young people will integrate their lived experiences accessing sexual/reproductive healthcare with healing work and training and discussion on systemic racism and historical trauma to:
1.Create provider guides to ensure services are trauma-informed
2.Advise Annex staff on an in-depth curriculum designed for professionals working at CHIP organizations

Expectations and stipend:
The group will meet once a week for an hour via zoom for the 1st six months starting in January. There will be small group work that will be completed outside of meeting times. The last six months the group will meet twice a week for an hour via zoom. Joining this committee is a one year commitment.
Participants will attend at least 85% of meetings that will be via Zoom once a week with possible more frequent meeting after the first 6 months. There will be outside work that must be complete on time. Each participant will receive a stipend of at least $500 if all expectations are met.
Contact Khadijah Cooper with any questions: