ODVN Trainings and Events

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2020 Trainings & Events

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JANUARY

What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You: Domestic Violence, Traumatic Brain Injury and Strangulation
January 31 // Mansfield // Learn More

FEBRUARY

Enhancing Advocates' Interactions with Children: Learning How to Support Children with Trauma-Informed Approaches
February 20 // New Philadelphia // Learn More

Justice Systems Advocacy
February 27 & 28 // Pickerington // Learn More

MARCH

What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You: Domestic Violence, Traumatic Brain Injury and Strangulation
March 17 // Toledo // Learn More

Domestic Violence Advocacy Fundamentals
March 25-27 // Kent // Learn More

APRIL

Trauma-Informed Approaches and Promising Practices Manual Review for Advocates
April 21 // Lewis Center // Learn More

So You Work in a Shelter: Navigating an Alternate Universe
April 24 // Mansfield // Learn More

MAY

Supporting Adult Survivors as Parents in Domestic Violence Programming
May 1 // Strongsville // Learn More

JUNE

Domestic Violence Advocacy Fundamentals
June 23-25 // Springfield // Learn More

What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You: Domestic Violence, Traumatic Brain Injury and Strangulation
June 26 // Athens // Learn More

JULY

"Advocates Be Well" Workshop: Addressing Vicarious Trauma, Self-Care, and Resiliency
July 16 // Bay Village // Learn More

AUGUST

Emotional Regulating Activities for Children Exposed to Domestic Violence, Chronic Stress, and Loss
August 12 // Wooster // Learn More

Documentation: What Every Advocate Needs to Know
August 19 // Dayton // Learn More

SEPTEMBER

Domestic Violence Advocacy Fundamentals
September // Cincinnati // Coming Soon

OCTOBER

Hotline Fundamentals: Crisis Response and Navigating Shelter Rules for Survivors
October 29 // Ravenna // Learn More

NOVEMBER

Domestic Violence Advocacy Fundamentals
November // Central Ohio // Coming Soon

DECEMBER

Connecting and Responding to Suicidal Thoughts in Survivors of Domestic Violence
December // Central Ohio // Coming Soon





In-Person Trainings

These trainings are offered throughout the year at several locations in Ohio. They provide problem-solving strategies and expertise to meet the ongoing challenges of addressing domestic violence. Most ODVN trainings include CEUs as provided by counselor and social worker provider numbers #RSX040202 and #RCX120302. Registration is usually limited to 25 participants.

Webinars

Webinars provide an in-depth learning experience on multiple topics related to domestic violence. Webinars begin at 1 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. Live webinars are recorded and available to download in the Online Learning Academy.

Online Learning

The Online Learning Academy provides a variety of educational opportunities for advocates, allied partners and others wishing to expand their knowledge of issues related to domestic violence. The online training materials may be in the form of modules, courses, videos, quizzes and other learning methods.

Learn more about the Online Learning Academy.

Caucuses and Task Forces

The Ohio Domestic Violence Network supports local member programs through sponsoring task forces and caucuses that address the ways in which domestic violence impacts different communities and groups of people. Caucuses and task forces are made up of professionals, service providers, advocates, and community members who are interested in issues related to specific underserved populations. ODVN has task forces addressing domestic violence and disabilities, domestic violence and immigration, and domestic violence in the LGBTQI community. ODVN also facilitates the Women of Color and Child Advocacy Caucus.

More information about Caucuses & Task Forces.

Technical Assistance and Custom Training

ODVN offers on-site and telephone consultation to domestic violence service providers and allied professionals, including batterer intervention programs. In addition, ODVN assists communities in developing coordinated community responses to domestic violence and sponsors issue-specific networking caucuses and taskforces.

Additional Information Here.

 

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