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Region 3 (Midwest Texas) Membership Meeting 2019
Date & Time:
Thursday, June 27, 2019
9:00am – 3:30pm
Eastland County Crisis Center
201 Inspiration Blvd.
Eastland, Texas 76488
TCFV is thrilled to invite you to 2019's Region 3 Meeting. Join us and fellow advocates, program administrators, and community members from all over Midwest Texas for a full day of training on Thursday,June 27, 2019 in Eastland, Texas.
This annual meeting is a chance to learn, generate creative ideas for work in your community, and build relationships with colleagues in the field.
Please note: this training is oriented toward Family Violence Program Staff . If you work in a different setting or work with partners with whom you would like to share this information, we are happy to craft a separate training for you and your allies. You can request a training via this link or emailing Rita Flores at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TOPIC ONE: Health & DV: The Intersections and Interventions
The intersection of health and domestic violence is crucial and multifaceted. Experiencing domestic violence negatively impacts most health outcomes. This training will explore the various impacts domestic violence has on health and the opportunities health workers and advocates have to intervene. Health professionals can have a major influence on someone who is experiencing violence and their ability to seek help and exit the abusive situation. Partnerships between the domestic violence advocacy and healthcare fields can be some of the best opportunities to share knowledge and skills that have the potential to save lives.
Krista Del Gallo (details on your amazing trainer coming soon).
Williams West (details on your amazing trainer coming soon).
TOPIC TWO: Engaging Immigrant Survivors and Communities
Working with immigrant survivors and their communities is critical to ensuring equitable services. This training provides participants an opportunity to develop a cohesive community understanding and approach to working with immigrant survivors and communities. The training will also invite dialogue around community reflections and diversity amongst immigrant communities while building knowledge and acquiring resources. Participants in this training will explore strategies for community engagement through policy, prevention and outreach, offender accountability, and survivor advocacy approaches. This training will be facilitated using group and interactive methods and is intended to be a cross program audience encouraging participation of organizational staff at all levels.
Mona Muro (details on your amazing trainer coming soon).
|9:30am-9:45am||WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS|
|2:15pm-3:30pm||TOPIC 2 Continued|
|3:30pm-4:00pm||CLOSING & PROGRAM TOUR|
We will offer 5.5 SW, LPC, and LMFT CEU hours for this training.
Contact Mikisha Hooper at email@example.com or 512-685-6211.
The regional meeting is made possible through the OVW grant and is offered free of charge to attendees.
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