11 episodes

Come to the Table features conversations between DA Verber Salazar and others about the District Attorney's Office, changes in the law, and special programs within the Office. We also welcome public comment at cometothetable@sjcda.org. If your comment gets selected we will either talk about it, or invite YOU to the table for a conversation.

Come to the Table - Conversations with San Joaquin County DA Tori Verber Salazar San Joaquin County District Attorney's Office

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Come to the Table features conversations between DA Verber Salazar and others about the District Attorney's Office, changes in the law, and special programs within the Office. We also welcome public comment at cometothetable@sjcda.org. If your comment gets selected we will either talk about it, or invite YOU to the table for a conversation.

    A Conversation About Student Mental Health and Shattering the Glass Ceiling

    A Conversation About Student Mental Health and Shattering the Glass Ceiling

    This important conversation between Tori Verber Salazar and Jane Steinkamp, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services, from the San Joaquin County Office of Education spans from students and their ongoing mental health to the importance of women shattering the glass ceiling. For more information about the SJCOE Comprehensive Health Program go to: https://www.sjcoe.org/CompHealth/.. For information on the Women Together: Shattering the Glass Ceiling Program featuring Tori Verber Salazar, go here: https://www.facebook.com/events/874891036691708/.

    • 51 min
    A Conversation About Mental Health Awareness

    A Conversation About Mental Health Awareness

    May is Mental Health Awareness Month. In this episode, we have a conversation between DDA and mental health speaker Kibbe Day and Pastor Kevin White on the importance of taking care of your mental health and what resources are available in San Joaquin County. If you need mental health assistance, please know the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office supports your journey to health and wellness. We encourage you to seek assistance by contacting any one of the following resources: 211sj.org (or dial 211 on your phone), SJCBHS.org, the Crisis Hotline (24/7) at 209-468-8686, or the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-784-2433.

    • 40 min
    A Conversation About the San Joaquin County Youth Leadership Academy

    A Conversation About the San Joaquin County Youth Leadership Academy

    District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar has a conversation with Gracie Jaime and Nick Chavez, co-presidents of the San Joaquin County Youth Leadership Academy (YLA). YLA is a fascinating 5-week course starting June 14-July 16, 2021, from 8am - 12pm. It introduces high school students from 9th-12th grade to all aspects of the criminal justice system as well as facets of a multitude of programs across San Joaquin County. If you would like to sign up, head over to our website: https://sjgov.org/da/yla

    • 34 min
    A Conversation About Support for Victims and Witnesses of Crime

    A Conversation About Support for Victims and Witnesses of Crime

    In honor of the National Crime Victims' Rights Week (April 18-24, 2021) we have conversation with Joyce Tuhn and Pastor Kevin White of the Victims of Violent Crime Support Group here in San Joaquin County. This group offers support to hundreds of individuals every year who have suffered the effects of violent crime. If you are a victim of violent crime and would like to join the Support Group, please contact Joyce Tuhn at (209) 483-2900.

    • 42 min
    A Conversation About District Attorney Victim-Witness Services

    A Conversation About District Attorney Victim-Witness Services

    In this episode District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar speaks with Gabriela Jaurequi, Project Manager of our Victim-Witness Services group. This group is at the core of the District Attorney's Office because it's the first step in assisting victims and witnesses find help and healing.

    • 28 min
    A Conversation About the Stigma of Mental Health and Prosecutors

    A Conversation About the Stigma of Mental Health and Prosecutors

    A conversation with Deputy District Attorney Jennifer "Kibbe" Day about the stigma of mental health and how it affects prosecutors and others in the community.

    If you are having difficulties with your mental health, you can call San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services at (209) 468-8700, or visit https://www.sjcbhs.org.

    If you are in crisis, please call (209) 468-8686.

    • 35 min

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