Our Domestic Violence violence trainings, workshops, and seminars are designed to educate, bring awareness, and encourage the community as a whole to take a preventative approach to domestic violence issues that may face their schools, place of business or community of faith.

Dating and Domestic Violence on College Campuses (workshop): Women 16-24 experience the highest per capita rate of intimate partner violence. Tamiko dives into the different types of dating and domestic violence that takes place on college campuses, the differences between healthy and unhealthy relationships, how to set healthy boundaries in dating relationships, and what to do if they find themselves or a friend in a dating violence situation. Additionally, participants receive informational handouts and pocket cards that address dating violence. 

The Workplace and Domestic Violence (workshop): In this presentation, we provide a rationale for why domestic violence is a workplace or business issue, including workplace statistics, the costs to the employer and the community. We address how companies can handle the issue, and support victims, all while providing an in-depth understanding of domestic violence.

Domestic Violence Training for the Faith-Based Community (workshop): Faith-based institutions are not immune to the destructive effects of domestic violence. National research has shown that one out of every four members of a congregation is a victim or survivor of domestic violence. Additionally, research has shown that victims are more likely to seek help from their church before turning to community resources. This training provides the faith community with tools to assist victims by providing spiritual and emotional support, as well as resources, to help deal with the devastating effects of domestic violence.

Teen Dating Violence And Academic Achievement Curriculum: This curriculum/training is designed to share the scope and impact of teen dating violence on youth and the relationship to academic achievement. An introduction to the F.R.E.E. Formula – a practical model designed to teach educators and teens specific strategies and techniques to combat teen dating violence. In addition, the program provides details about the psychological, emotional, physical and social effects that teen dating violence has on youth. 

Domestic Violence Advocacy Training - Identifying, researching & addressing the problem:

Who is this training for? Anyone who is interested in making a difference in the lives of people impacted by domestic violence and other forms of violence against women. 

What is the content of the training? The training is an interactive training with lead facilitators and guest speakers.  It covers information on how to identify, research, and address the problem, as well as how to advocate conduct an intervention, and what resources and referrals are available for victims and survivors.  

At the conclusion of the training, all participants will receive a certificate of completion.

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