When disaster strikes, are you prepared? This webinar will focus on how tribal domestic violence programs and shelters can prepare and insure their ability to conduct business after a disaster strikes.
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Trauma and toxic stress often stem from experiences that occur disproportionately in the lives of girls and women, and of girls and women of color in particular. In this webinar, attendees will learn about the impact of implicit biases, inequities and historical trauma on the lives of children of color.
In this webinar, presenters will talk through key considerations for online trainings, identify common virtual delivery errors and highlight tips for “repurposing” pieces of in-person programming for virtual spaces. For purposes of interactivity,
In observance of Brain Injury Awareness Month, attend this webinar to learn about the complex relationship between domestic violence, traumatic brain injury, and strangulation and how domestic violence organizations and health care providers are beginning to incorporate this awareness into their services.
This workshop will focus on the dynamics and impact of battering, particularly on Native women and what advocacy skills, including confidentiality and the basics of shelter programming, are needed in order to meet the needs of Native victims of domestic violence.
The creative use of technology to serve survivors creates an opportunity to develop an approach to advocacy that can benefit survivors with disabilities and Deaf survivors in the long term. As these adaptations are taking place, it is critical to ensure both the safety and accessibility of the tools being used. Thoughtful implementation of accessible technology now can permanently transform advocacy for survivors with disabilities and Deaf survivors.