Our Education & Training
Increase public awareness on domestic violence by teaching, training, public speaking, in public, private, alternative, university and college class room settings, public meetings, open forums, neighborhood meetings, churches of all denominations. We train and educate people in the medical, law enforcement, child protection, social service, religious, corporate, legal, education, inmate (youth and adult), criminal justice supervision, community and civic leaders on issues of domestic violence such as resources available, culturally relevant interventions, appropriate case management, and safety planning. We also focus on the plight as it affects the lives of the youth and young adults of this community by educating about teen dating violence. We serve on boards and commissions, at the local, state and national levels to represent the grass roots experience of dealing with domestic violence as interventions, rules, policy and procedure themes are addressed in developing practice models for responding to family violence.