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Trainings

NRCDV provides training, both in-person and web-based, to meet the needs of state domestic violence coalitions, their member domestic violence programs and other allied organizations seeking to end domestic violence. Training is provided on an array of topics including, but not limited, to advocating for victims in contact with an abusive partner or ex-partner, conflict resolution within domestic violence shelter programs, reducing rules in shelter, enhanced services to children and youth exposed to domestic violence, social media engagement, economic empowerment strategies, and effective program management, effective policy advocacy approaches, social and racial justice and more.

Below is a listing of trainings and events in which NRCDV is hosting or participating. Click on training title for detailed information.

Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month Initiatives

02.9.17
Crank Up Your Youth Community Action Teams: What’s working in Florida (Webinar)

Young people are working to stop domestic violence and change societal factors that support it. This webinar will examine the domestic violence prevention work of the youth community action team in Dade City, Florida, the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV) statewide youth summit, and FCADV statewide youth leadership programs. FCADV will provide examples of how prevention programs can increase youth leadership and engagement.

02.16.17
Our Gender Revolution: Youth Leaders in Action (Webinar)
The Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence integrates a social change approach to interrupt the root causes of gender violence fueled by multiple systemic oppressions.  The Our Gender Revolution youth framework explores concepts of gender, inequality, and a vision of the world to end oppression and violence and engages young people as social change agents. On this webinar, presenters from the Idaho Coalition will highlight the 2017 We Choose All of Us campaign for National Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month that directly addresses the current climate of hate and violence in our schools and communities as a model for promoting youth-driven activism for social transformation. The 2017 We Choose All of Us campaign will be available for order and use during Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month and beyond.

02.17
#ThisIsDV #TeenDVMonth (Social Media Campaign)

What does teen dating violence look like? Recognizing the tactics used to hurt, intimidate, frighten, and control young people in intimate relationships is critical if we are to take action to address and prevent it. The NRCDV’s #ThisIsDV campaign elevates the voices of youth survivors during Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month to help validate and name their experiences and raise awareness about the multifaceted nature of teen dating violence.

Follow on Facebook: @NRCDV #ThisIsDV #TeenDVMonth

NEW & UPDATED TDVAM RESOURCES


Special Collection: Preventing and Responding to Teen Dating Violence

Updated for Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month 2017, this Special Collection emphasizes collaborative and multi-level approaches to the prevention of and response to teen dating violence. Drawing on the work of many organizations, this Collection provides general information about teen dating violence, as well as resources for different populations, including 1) young people, 2) parents and caregivers, 3) men and boys, 4) teachers and school-based professionals, 5) health care professionals, 6) pregnancy prevention programs, and 7) domestic violence and sexual violence service providers.

The Runaway & Homeless Youth Relationship Violence Toolkit

Updated in 2016, this toolkit was developed by and for advocates in the runaway and homeless youth (RHY) and domestic and sexual assault (DV/SA) field to help program better address relationship violence with runaway and homeless youth.

Prevent IPV: Tools for Change

Throughout the month of February, the PreventIPV project will feature a tool each week that was developed for and/or by youth to promote healthy relationships, healthy sexuality, civic engagement, or social justice activism. This collection of tools will be highlighted in the Winter PreventIPV Newsletter, and shared via NRCDV’s social media channels.

03.21.17
ACE-DV Webinar: Strengthening Hope and Resilience in Children, Youth and Mothers in Domestic Violence Programs- Lessons from Friendship Home

When: 2-3:30 pm Eastern/1-2:30pm Central/11-12:30pm Pacific
Where: Online

Strengths-Centered Advocacy is a unique approach to providing individualized, strengths-based support to survivors of domestic violence and their children. The approach was developed by Friendship Home in Lincoln, Nebraska as a way to more intentionally tap into the power of resilience throughout survivors’ healing processes. Through the use of the Gallup Organizations’ Clifton StrengthsFinder and Clifton Youth StrengthsExplorer tools, survivors and their children are given the opportunity to discover their unique personal talents and identify how this information can be applied to their lives in relevant and meaningful ways. Presented by Julie Havener, Friendship Home’s Coordinator of Strengths-Centered Advocacy, this webinar will highlight how this approach can help to mitigate or repair some of the potential negative impacts of domestic violence on children and youth, while also strengthening protective factors that can lead to resilience across the lifespan.

Check out NRCDV Staff Workshops

 03.21.17  ResilienceCon – Workshop: Adult Children Exposed to Domestic Violence (ACE-DV):Changing the conversation
Where: Nashville, TN

 

If you have questions or concerns regarding a training please contact us at 1-800-537-2238 or email at nrcdvTA@nrcdv.org.