San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
DV103: Advocacy and Community Response
Goals and Objectives:
Identify the importance of cultivating a coordinated community response to victims
Identify the various systems designed to support or inform victims (community-based, criminal justice, social services, workplace, healthcare, media, education)
Recognize the advantages and challenges these systems present and learn how to navigate them effectively as an advocate for victims
Learn how to play a role in your community or workplace to raise awareness and launch prevention-based activities
** DV101 or extensive background in the field of domestic violence is strongly recommended. We will not review basic information in this class.
- There is a parking garage on Church Street; we do not advise street parking.
- Each class will provide light refreshments; please bring lunch.
- Materials and certificate included.
- Professional Credits Available for this class: 5.5 DVS (Domestic Violence Specialist) Credits authorized by the NJ Coalition of Battered Women (NJCBW)
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- Training Facility is wheelchair accesible.
- Workshops are based on best practices that acknowledge and respect the needs of victims from diverse populations.
- The speakers have nothing to disclose; there are no conflicts of interest, sponsorship, or financial/commercial support being supplied for these activities.
When & Where
A Partnership for Change (APFC)
A Partnership for Change (APFC) is a New Jersey-based, private, non-profit organization dedicated to ending intimate partner violence through the provision of comprehensive education, awareness and prevention programs.
All programs developed by Allison Bressler, MA and Gloria Sgrizzi, Co-Founders/Co-Directors of A Partnership for Change.
For more information about our work, visit us at www.APartnershipforChange.org.