Providing training, resources and support to organizations and communities working to prevent and respond to sexual violence.
Webinar: Sexual Abuse Protective Order, Changes to the Law
Survivors in Oregon led changes to Sexual Abuse Protective Orders (SAPO) via SB995 during the 2019 legislative session. These changes go into effect January 2020. Join us, Dec 3rd, during our live webinar and find out what you need to know about changes to the law so that you can fully inform and support survivors in your community.
Vicarious Trauma, Compassion Fatigue, and Burnout on Campuses
Join the Campus Program for a three-part webinar series on vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, and burnout in campus prevention, advocacy, and response work.
Responding to Sexual Assault of People with Dementia/Cognitive Degenerative Diseases
This free training aims to increase the capacity of the Criminal Justice System to effectively and empathetically respond to, investigate and prosecute sexual violence crimes committed against people with dementia and other cognitive degenerative diseases.
Mock Exam Training
This training in Portland is offered free of cost to SANEs/SAEs and advocates. It is intended to support SANEs/SAEs and advocates who may respond to medical-forensic exams by providing practice updates and mock exams in a supportive environment.
Recognizing and Understanding Strangulation
This training will dispel many of the myths surrounding strangulation, provide information on how to conduct a thorough assessment following strangulation, and discuss standards of care for treatment and follow-up
Medical Advocacy Training in La Grande
This training will be beneficial to community, campus, tribal, culturally specific, rural, or systems based staff that is providing medical advocacy response for survivors seeking medical-forensic care.