Sexual Assault Advocate Training: Providing Core Services
September 16-20, 2013
Salem, OR (Location TBA)
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Join us for the 2013 Advocate Training: Providing Core Services, a 35-hour specialized training for advocates providing direct service to victims/survivors of sexual violence. This training is appropriate for both non-profit and government-based advocates.
Dedicated to improving the skills of advocates, the training will provide participants with information, strategies and skills to provide core sexual assault specific advocacy services. Advocates who have not previously attended sexual assault specific advocacy training are strongly encouraged to attend.
Registration is free, and limited scholarships will be available.
Contact Annika Baldwin here for more information.
Core Services sessions include:
- Sexual Assault Dynamics
- Victim Impact
- Effective Advocacy
- How to Support Victims of Sexual Assault
- Victim Blaming
- Cultural Competency
- Advocating for Survivors of Human Trafficking
- People with Disabilities
- Adolescent Victims
- Sex Offenders
- Collaboration and Systems Advocacy
- Medical Response and Advocacy
- Criminal Justice Response
- Victim Rights and Criminal Justice
- Civil Legal Remedies
- Sustainable Advocacy
- Documentation and Confidentiality
- Immigrant and refugee survivors of SA
- LGBTIQ Survivors of SA
- Traci Boyle-Galestiantz, Portland Community College, Women’s Resource Center
- Amy Davidson, Mary’s Place
- Kim Larson, Marion County District Attorney’s Office, Victim Assistance Program
- Lisa Norton, Portland State University
- Dara Pearson, Saving Grace