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What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You

Join us for a live webinar on Friday, June 26th, 2020 Domestic violence abusers frequently target a victim's head, neck, or face with often terrifying repeated assaults and strangulation. These invisible injuries can cause lasting challenges and affect how the brain works now and in the future. The injuries can make it harder for a survivor to access and use […]

Advocate Be Well: Addressing Vicarious Trauma, Self-Care, and Resiliency

This 3-hour workshop is designed for you! It's a time to pause and join other like-minded advocates while exploring concepts of vicarious trauma. Immerse yourself in the practice of mindfulness, yoga, and art expression.  With awareness and commitment, you will leave with an art expression of loving-kindness to display as a reminder to take great care of yourself while working […]

The Advocates’ Guide to Submitting Successful Relocation Applications

Join us for a deep dive into submitting successful Relocation and Safety Assistance Applications. Learn more about the application paperwork, documentation needed, and why the documentation is important. Incomplete applications can delay the process for programs and survivors. This two-hour webinar will address what a complete application requires and answer questions from advocates. ODVN Trainers: Shelley Marsh, Director of Program […]

Exploring Activities to Promote Resilience and Regulation for Youth Exposed to DV

You have the opportunity to create youth-centered, family-focused activities in your programming that will welcome children "where they are at" while providing emotional and physical safety through your interactions as an advocate. This training will enhance skills and equip you with trauma-informed approaches to support children in the midst of difficult experiences and many changes in their lives. You will […]

Domestic Violence Advocacy Fundamentals

This free training offers basic fundamentals and introductory skills for advocates serving domestic violence survivors and their children. You'll learn about the history of the domestic violence movement and ways to become more culturally humble and inclusive. The webinar series teaches survivor-defined advocacy and strategies for risk management, crisis intervention, and safety planning. You'll also get an overview of the […]

Documentation: What Every Advocate Needs to Know

Proper documentation is essential when working with survivors of domestic violence. This live webinar assists advocates by providing a greater understanding of using trauma-informed principles in the documentation. You will learn to identify the risks of documenting too little, too much, and risks unique to custody cases. Topics include confidentiality provisions in VOCA, VAWA, and FVPSA, and ways to create […]

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