Written by Brian Greenwood. Posted in Training

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Through its membership in the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and National Network to End Domestic Violence and association with a host of national organizations and resources, ODVN has access to cutting-edge research and advances in the field.  ODVN distributes these best practices and ideas to its constituencies through a variety of services.

ODVN offers an extensive training program on topics such as improving the medical responses to domestic violence, domestic violence in the workplace, a new advocate training institute, and others. Each year allied professionals are invited to attend a variety of job-specific workshops designed to improve their response to domestic violence victims and perpetrators. These efforts are complimented each year by ODVN's coordination of and participation in statewide training programs. 

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Technical Assistance
ODVN offers on-site and telephone consultation to domestic violence service providers and allied professionals. In addition, ODVN assists communities in developing coordinated community responses to domestic violence and sponsors issue specific networking caucuses, such as legal advocacy and women of color.

Statewide toll-free information/ referral line: 1-800-934-9840
ODVN operates a 24-hour information line providing access to your local domestic violence shelter hotlines.

Network News
ODVN's newsletter is your connection to a wide spectrum of current issues, events and resources in the field of domestic violence throughout Ohio and the United States. If you would like to look at all of issues of this publication Click Here.