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Collaborative Responses to Domestic Violence in Rural Communities Virtual Conference presented in partnership with Confernece on Crimes Against Women - Building a Tribal Coordinated Community Response; presenters include: Kelly Stoner and Bonnie Clairmont

Topic: Collaborative Responses to Domestic Violence in Rural Communities Virtual Conference presented in partnership with Confernece on Crimes Against Women - Building a Tribal Coordinated Community Response; presenters include: Kelly Stoner and Bonnie Clairmont

Hosted By: The Institute for Coordinated Community Response

Date/Time: Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at 1:15 AM - 2:45 AM ChST

Description: With a staggering national statistics on domestic violence committed against Native Americans, a coordinated community response (CCR) can be a strong tool for promoting victim safety and offender accountability. This session will provide a general overview of CCR development, address some of the common challenges that a tribal CCR may face, and discuss the many benefits of a CCR approach. Practical tips are provided for development of a CCR team, from obtaining buy-in across jurisdictions through sustaining a CCR. Since the confidentiality of victim information can be compromised in a CCR, a discussion of protecting privacy and confidentiality when sharing across disciplines will be provided.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wellbeing Webinar Series: What Advocates Need to Know - Moving Ahead Curriculum Training Opportunities
Topic: Wellbeing Webinar Series: What Advocates Need to Know - Moving Ahead Curriculum Training Opportunities

Hosted By: Hosted by Allstate Foundation in partnership with NNEDV

Date: Wednesday, October 06, 2021

Time: 4:00 AM ChST

Description: NNEDV will provide a step-by-step guide to the new online, self-guided Moving Ahead Curriculum Training-of-Trainers (TOT). This new tool will allow advocates to move through the Curriculum at their own pace, take knowledge quizzes, interact with other participants, track their progress and print their own certificates of completion.
 
Link: https://nnedv.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcsfuiurz8sE91a5_G4tfan8U_2zvyVZijl

 
Moving Ahead Curriculum Training Opportunities

Topic: Moving Ahead Curriculum Training Opportunities

Hosted By: Allstate Foundation

Date: 10/6/2021

Time: 4:00 AM ChST

Description: NNEDV will provide a step-by-step guide to the new online, self-guided Moving Ahead Curriculum Training-of-Trainers (TOT). This new tool will allow advocates to move through the Curriculum at their own pace, take knowledge quizzes, interact with other participants, track their progress and print their own certificates of completion.
 
 
Collaborative Responses to Domestic Violence in Rural Communities Virtual Conference presented in partnership with Conference on Crimes Against Women - Domestic Violence High Risk Teams in Rural Settings; presenters include Kelly Dunne and Heather Davies

Topic: Collaborative Responses to Domestic Violence in Rural Communities Virtual Conference presented in partnership with Conference on Crimes Against Women - Domestic Violence High Risk Teams in Rural Settings; presenters include Kelly Dunne and Heather Davies

Hosted By: The Institute for Coordinated Community Response

Date/Time: Wednesday, October 6, 2021 at 4:00 AM - 5:30 AM ChST

Description: The Domestic Violence High Risk Team (DVHRT) Model, created by the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center in 2005, is an innovative strategy to prevent domestic violence homicides. The Model incorporates evidence-based risk assessment into a community's domestic violence response system to identify and intervene in the most dangerous cases. These cases are monitored by a multidisciplinary team that shares case information and implements coordinated intervention plans to mitigate the danger, increasing both survivor safety and offender accountability. Studies have shown that survivors in rural areas report higher levels of initmate partner violence and higher severity of physical abuse when copared with their urban counterparts. Rural survivors face distinct barriers to accessing help and sevices, amongst other factors, which increases their risk of intimate partner violence. This session will provide an overview of the DVHRT Model, explore the applicability of the Model in rural settings and offer approaches to adapting the Model to best fit rural communities.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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