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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

Human Trafficking and Intimate Partner Violence: Impact on Veteran Population
Thursday, September 29th 
1:00pm EDT

Featured Presenters:
Katie Papke, LMSW, CAADC, CCHTVSP (Department of Veteran Affairs)
Amy Ashcraft, LCSW (Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program)

Understanding the impact of human trafficking among Veterans, their families and caregivers can help in the identification of gaps in service needs within the Veterans Health Administration. Identifying and providing care for a trafficked individual can be challenging. Human trafficking is a public health concern that can affect people of all ages, races, genders, nationalities, and sexualities. However, certain individuals may be more vulnerable to exploitation because of characteristics and socio-economic circumstances. This presentation will explore the intersection of human trafficking risks in relation to intimate partner violence within the Veteran population.

ASL and Spanish interpretation will be provided for this session

NCADV Members - Log in to Portal to Register
All Others - Register Here


Housing is Safety: Addressing Intimate Partner Violence and Housing Instability
Thursday, October 6th 
1:00pm EDT

Featured Presenters:
Janice Miller, MPH, MSW, LCSW-C,
Director of Stability Services (House of Ruth Maryland)
Michele Decker, ScD, MPH,
Professor of Health/Violence (Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health)

Housing remains the number one unmet need reported by survivors of intimate partner violence. Accurate surveillance and effective interventions are essential to address the intersection of these issues, yet analysis of the two main point in time counts monitoring homelessness and IPV and pilot data collection from Maryland show that policy changes and conflicts on the federal level likely contributed to undercounting. Survivor-focused rapid rehousing programs like House of Ruth Maryland’s (HRM) Safe Homes Strong Communities show great promise to address this dual issue. Results from an academic-community partnership funded by the NIJ and conducted at HRM show significant reductions in IPV revictimization and housing instability and improvements in internalized stigma among IPV survivors receiving housing supports (n=70). This program presents the potential to support more low-income survivors of color and immigrant survivors who are seeking an alternative to criminal justice focused responses to IPV.

ASL and Spanish interpretation will be provided for this session

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All Others - Register Here

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