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August 2015

Sexual and Domestic Violence Awareness Dbacks Game

August 29 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Chase Field,
401 E Jefferson St
Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States
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  Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Oakland A’s   August 29, 2015 Game Time: 5:10pm   Join the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic   Violence (ACESDV) and community supporters at Chase   Field to watch an exciting game as the D-backs take on the Oakland A’s. Purchase tickets as well as a special sexual and domestic violence awareness t-shirt by filling out the form below and a portion of the proceeds supports efforts to raise awareness about the issues of sexual and…

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The Sharing Experience: From Violence in Our Lives to Peace in Our Communities

August 31 - September 4
Southern Arizona Children’s Advocacy Center,
2329 East Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85713 United States
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This is a five day interactive basic Domestic Violence training. This training will include topics such as: teen dating violence, safety planning, the effects of domestic violence on children, legal issues, dynamics of power and oppression, advocacy, empowerment, crisis intervention and self care. This training is designed for professionals working with survivors, people who abuse or children exposed to domestic violence

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September 2015
Free

Healthy Moms; Happy Babies

September 8 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Phoenix Family Advocacy Center,
2120 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 852004 United States
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This 8 hour training addresses how domestic violence affects children, families and parenting.  The training is designed for home visitors and other professionals working directly with children and families.  Topics will include the health outcomes related to domestic violence, reproductive coercion and birth control sabotage, how domestic violence affects both the victim and abusive partners ability to parent, mandated reporting, helping families promote resiliency for children, and secondary trauma for service providers.  Professionals will be provided with tools to screen…

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Free

Technology, Advocacy and Victim Safety

September 24 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sedona, Arizona,
Sedona, AZ United States

This 4 hour training will address the many ways technology impacts the safety, privacy, accessibility, and civil rights of survivors. Participants will gain information on how technology is misused by people who abuse and the effects on the safety and well being of survivors. This training will provide resources for agencies that include technology safety plans, tip sheets, articles and research, specifically addressing the topics of data security, spyware, GPS monitoring, cell phone and internet safety, confidentiality, and privacy issues.

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Free

Understanding the Needs of Male Survivors: Providing Support and Empowerment

September 30 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Southern Arizona Children’s Advocacy Center,
2329 East Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85713 United States
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This four hour training will address the complex, and often misunderstood dynamics of being a male survivor of sexual or domestic violence, and the unique challenges and pressures faced by this population. We will focus on myths surrounding male victimization, distinguishing features between male and female survivors, and discuss how to effectively assess your own programs and services to ensure inclusivity.

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October 2015

Prevention: Identifying Our Role in Stopping Violence Before it Begins

October 8 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Flagstaff, Arizona,
Flagstaff, AZ United States

This four hour training will focus on the efforts to create and maintain social change through primary prevention with the ultimate goal of stopping violence before it begins. Prevention requires understanding the factors that influence violence, and this training will address how we can work to change social norms, thoughts, attitudes and policies that have created an environment where violence is accepted. We will utilize the socio ecological model as our framework and provide participants with skills and models necessary…

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November 2015

The Sharing Experience: From Violence in Our Lives to Peace in Our Communities

November 2 - November 6
City of Phoenix – Head Start,
1250 S 7th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85007 United States
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This is a five day interactive basic Domestic Violence training. This training will include topics such as: teen dating violence, safety planning, the effects of domestic violence on children, legal issues, dynamics of power and oppression, advocacy, empowerment, crisis intervention and self care. This training is designed for professionals working with survivors, people who abuse or children exposed to domestic violence

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Prevention: Identifying Our Role in Stopping Violence Before it Begins

November 3 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Southern Arizona Children’s Advocacy Center,
2329 East Ajo Way
Tucson, AZ 85713 United States
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This four hour training will focus on the efforts to create and maintain social change through primary prevention with the ultimate goal of stopping violence before it begins. Prevention requires understanding the factors that influence violence, and this training will address how we can work to change social norms, thoughts, attitudes and policies that have created an environment where violence is accepted. We will utilize the socio ecological model as our framework and provide participants with skills and models necessary…

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Economic Justice, Advocacy and Survivor Empowerment

November 4 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
St Mary’s Food Bank,
3003 W Thomas
Phoenix, AZ 85009 United States
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This four hour training will explore the ways in which economic abuse, lack of resources and opportunities, and the high costs associated with starting over all function as barriers to survivors’ ability to escape violent relationships and maintain safe, stable lives. Topics will include economic safety planning, employment, housing, healthcare, financial management, assistance and benefits. This training will offer resources and tools for advocates to help survivors overcome immediate economic barriers and secure long-term financial independence and safety.

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December 2015
Free

Prevention: Identifying Our Role in Stopping Violence Before it Begins

December 1 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Phoenix Family Advocacy Center,
2120 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 852004 United States
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This four hour training will focus on the efforts to create and maintain social change through primary prevention with the ultimate goal of stopping violence before it begins. Prevention requires understanding the factors that influence violence, and this training will address how we can work to change social norms, thoughts, attitudes and policies that have created an environment where violence is accepted. We will utilize the socio ecological model as our framework and provide participants with skills and models necessary…

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