NCADV #AdvoChat Learning Sessions
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NCADV's monthly online learning sessions explore emerging issues, insights, best practices, and research from leaders in the domestic violence field. Each #AdvoChat (Advocates + Chatting) offers an opportunity to improve your professional skillset and knowledge base with detailed, hands-on video training, engagingly delivered to you without having to leave your desk.
NCADV's online learning sessions are free for NCADV Members and $75 each for Non-Members, unless stated otherwise. All online learning session times are listed as Eastern Time. Registration will close one business day prior to the scheduled learning session. A recording of the online learning session will be sent out via a follow-up email to all paid and member registrants 3-5 business days after the session with a link to the recording, as well as slides and handouts. We do not permit non-member registration for past online learning sessions although NCADV members have access to NCADV's virtual session archives (40+ hours of critical content). For more information, check out the FAQ link below.
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UPCOMING #ADVOCHAT LEARNING SESSIONS
Domestic Violence High Risk Team Formation in Rural Communities
Wednesday, March 15th, 2023
1:00pm to 2:30pm EST
Noon to 1:30pm CST / 11:00am to 12:30pm MST / 10:00am to 11:30am PST
Rainbow House Domestic Abuse Services, which serves a three-county area in North Eastern Wisconsin, created the second Domestic Violence High-Risk Team (DVHRT) in the state to better address the needs of rural survivors and proactively intervene in high-risk cases before greater escalation. Since doing so, they have reduced their local DV homicide rate from 11 (2000-2013) to one. Rural survivors are at higher risk for lethality for many reasons including longer response times from law enforcement, greater distances to live-saving medical treatment, limited access to nearby domestic violence shelter or transitional housing, and limited access to public transportation. Yet few rural communities have Domestic Violence High-Risk Teams in place. This webinar will provide information about the importance and effectiveness of Domestic Violence High-Risk Teams in rural communities and how to form and implement one.
ASL and Spanish interpretation will be provided for this session
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