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14
Aug
2018

08-14-2018 9:00 am -5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $50

Las redadas y los abusos de tecnología de la Agencia de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE) son problemas que afectan la seguridad de sobrevivientes de violencia íntima de pareja en Carolina del Norte. Es imperativo que los proveedores de servicios entiendan las mejores prácticas al navegar estos problemas con sobrevivientes, así como el impacto que esto tiene en sus habilidades de pedir asistencia y de mantenerse a ellxs y sus familias a salvo. Este entrenamiento ofrecerá a lo participantes guiatura sobre cómo asistir a  sobrevivientes y comunidades durante redadas de ICE. También proveerá consejos de planificación segura para discutir los métodos tecnológicos más comunes de acoso utilizados por abusadores.

Este entrenamiento, que dura todo el día, está orientado a defensores, miembros de organismos legales, representantes estudiantiles y otros aliados profesionales que trabajan con víctimas de violencia interpersonal con estatus migratorio variante, indefinido y/o estatus de refugiado. 

$50.00 6
15
Aug
2018

08-15-2018 9:00 am -5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $50

We are excited to announce this full day training for English speaking advocates to learn how best address the needs of immigrants and refugees who are experiencing intimate partner violence. The training consists of two half-day sessions provided by NCCADV and Aletra Migratoria NC.

Both Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids and technology abuse are issues that affect the safety of intimate partner violence (IPV) survivors in North Carolina. It is imperative that service providers understand best practices in navigating these issues with survivors as well as the impact these issues have on their ability to seek the assistance needed to keep themselves and their families safe. This training will offer attendees guidance on how to assist survivors and communities during ICE raids. It will also provide safety planning tips for addressing some of the most common methods of technology-facilitated stalking used by abusers. This daylong training is intended for advocates, law enforcement, campus representatives, and other allied professionals who work with IPV survivors and other survivors of violent crime with no immigration/varying status and those with  refugee status.

$50.00 12
27
Aug
2018

08-27-2018 8:30 am - 08-30-2018 5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $200

Join us for this four-day advanced program as we cover topics designed to assist advocates in recognizing the legal needs and rights of their clients and helping their clients to navigate the complex legal system. Topics that will be covered include but are not limited to: a primer on civil and criminal court for domestic violence survivors, working with minors, child custody, immigration benefits available to survivors, language access in the court system, assisting victims with criminal justice involvement, and avoiding the unauthorized practice of law.

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$200.00 13
04
Sep
2018

09-04-2018 8:30 am - 09-05-2018 5:00 pm
Member: FREE
Non-Member: $50

The Serving Survivors with Mental Health and/or Substance Use Disorders training will explore how mental illness and substance use disorders intersect with Domestic Violence. In this training, participants will learn introductory information about common diagnoses and symptoms of mental illness and substance use disorders. Participants will gain skills to better engage in advocacy with survivors who are living with mental illness and/or substance use disorders. Participants will learn crisis intervention skills for common mental health and substance use disorder crises. Participants will also learn about resources and systems advocacy approaches that can help to improve the experiences of survivors living with mental illness and/or substance use disorders who are seeking domestic violence services.

$50.00 30
26
Sep
2018

09-26-2018 9:00 am - 09-27-2018 4:00 pm
Members Only - FREE

EDLI Track 1 - Strengths-Based Leadership: Let’s DO this!

The first day of this training explores enhancing staff engagement by fostering their strengths, providing feedback that builds trust and fosters success, and learning more about how your team works together and connects to better serve the community. Participants will hear stories about non-profit leadership skills including 360 evaluations, wisdom circles, shared leadership models, and the creation of a personal leadership philosophy.

Day 2 begins with all meeting attendees gathering with fellow NCCADV Members to hear about NCCADV's impact and vision as well as engage in collaborative problem-solving. EDLI continues in the afternoon with a focus on self-care by learning the warning signs of a chronic stress crisis, what daily self-care at work looks like, and creating an organizational culture of self-care as a crucial part of a long-term burnout prevention plan. We will wrap up our membership meeting with demonstrations and practice of self-care techniques.

This is an NCCADV MEMBERS ONLY event. For more information about becoming a member visit our Membership Page

26
Sep
2018

09-26-2018 9:00 am - 09-27-2018 4:00 pm
Members Only - FREE

EDLI Track 2 - Board of Directors and Volunteer Retention: Finding the Key

Volunteers and boards are the backbone of non-profit organizations. How do you keep them engaged? How do you address the fact that boards are not often reflective of the community they serve? How do you keep your volunteers coming back? How do you regularly give board members and volunteers opportunities to give feedback? We will walk you through a matrix to figure out who you are missing on your board, give some advice on how to boost and sustain productivity, and provide you with tools for onboarding and retaining board members and volunteers.

Day 2 begins with all meeting attendees gathering with fellow NCCADV Members to hear about NCCADV's impact and vision as well as engage in collaborative problem-solving. EDLI continues in the afternoon with a focus on self-care by learning the warning signs of a chronic stress crisis, what daily self-care at work looks like, and creating an organizational culture of self-care as a crucial part of a long-term burnout prevention plan. We will wrap up our membership meeting with demonstrations and practice of self-care techniques.

This is an NCCADV MEMBERS ONLY event. For more information about becoming a member visit our Membership Page

27
Sep
2018

09-27-2018 8:30 am -4:00 pm
Members Only - FREE

Membership Meeting and Self-Care Intensive

We will begin by learning about the science of stress, trauma exposure, and self-care and examine how systems of dominance manifest in policies, cultural norms and individual behaviors within organizations. Follow that with activities that partner systems of care with leadership and management tools in order to design strategies for change in themselves and their organizations. We will then learn how to practice self-care in our own life and work including demonstrations of basic meditation, relaxation techniques, assessing self-care strengths and needs, and creating self-care plans. End the member meeting feeling balanced and empowered to put self-care into practice. Member meeting follows self-care trainings.

This is an NCCADV MEMBERS ONLY event. For more information about becoming a member visit our Membership Page

01
Oct
2018

10-01-2018 8:30 am - 10-05-2018 5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $250

The Advocates’ Institute forms the foundation of NCCADV’s training program. Intended for new advocates, and those that feel they need a refresher, the Institute is designed to build skills and competencies around the dynamics of domestic violence and best practices in serving survivors of all ages and identities.

This is a five day course on October 1-5, 2018. Participants must attend all five days.


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$250.00 19
18
Oct
2018

10-18-2018 8:30 am -5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $50

Economic Justice and Advocacy is designed to help advocates use and develop tools that support survivor’s economic security.

In order to meet survivors where they are and present informed options, it will helpful to understand the basics of the dominant economic system we live in, identify opportunities for support, and remember that a survivor is always in the best position to choose which path is most likely to keep them safe.

This training is recommended for all DV advocates.

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$50.00 24
05
Dec
2018

12-05-2018 8:30 am -5:00 pm
Member: FREE
Non-Member: $50

This training will provide advocates with some suggestions, tools, and best practices for managing shelters in a trauma-informed way that addresses the needs of survivors, as well as looks at the needs and experiences of staff working there. This training is intended for shelter managers and staff.

$50.00 14

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