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Colorado Advocacy in Action » Training and Education to End Domestic and Sexual Violence » Category » June 15 9:30am-10:45am

Survivors and Housing Stability: Do DV Programs Have a Role To Play?

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  • February 27, 2015 at 11:15 am

If you think that domestic violence programs have a role to play in supporting survivors with their housing needs, then this workshop is for you!  You will learn about mobile advocacy and a variety of permanent housing approaches that help survivors with both safety and stability.   We will explore the organizational culture and community resources […]

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Closing the Gap: Collaborative Service Provision to Deaf Survivors in Rural Colorado

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  • February 14, 2015 at 6:48 pm

We’ll highlight successful collaborations with rural agencies in providing desperately needed services to an unique group of survivors. As advocates, we’re all aware of the service gaps that exist in the farthest reaches of Colorado. However, we often forget that those gaps widen and deepen when it comes to people with sometimes limited access to […]

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Teen Dating Violence Prevention and Education in Colorado Schools

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  • February 14, 2015 at 6:16 pm

This workshop will outline Colorado’s Sexual Health Curriculum Standards for middle schools and high schools and how our prevention work intersects with these standards. This workshop will also dive into best practices with regard to educating students about TDV, and how our presentations to students can be considered a social-emotional learning experience (a topic that […]

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Prosecuting Domestic Violence Sexual Assaults: How Collaboration Between Prosecution, Victim Advocates, Community Agencies and Law Enforcement Will Ensure Best Results For Victims

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  • February 14, 2015 at 6:12 pm

Prosecuting domestic violence sexual assaults can be particularly difficult. Not only are there the common myths about how a survivor should act in the wake of sexual assault, the misconceptions are compounded when the assault occurs in the context of an intimate relationship. Complex family dynamics and prior DV abuse often add to the complexity […]

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