View the “National Training Institute on Protection Order Practice for Attorneys & Advocates” from The Battered Women’s Justice Project

Training Opportunity: The Battered Women’s Justice Project released the “National Training Institute on Protection Order Practice for Attorneys & Advocates” pre-recorded training. The training discussed survivor-centered advocacy and representation to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Access the recorded training at https://www.bwjp.org/resource-center/resource-results/national-training-institute-on-protection-order-practice-for-attorneys-advocates.html

View Recordings of the first “Virtual Career Development Fair” from The National Organization for Victim Assistance

Training Opportunity: The National Organization for Victim Assistance released the recordings of their first “Virtual Career Development Fair” geared towards individuals interested in Victim Services, including students entering the workforce, professionals interested in a career change, and advocates looking for professional growth. Access the recordings at https://www.trynova.org/virtual-career-development-fair/

Register for the 10th Annual National Native Harm Reduction Summit from the National Indian Health Board

Training Opportunity: July 21-23, 2021. The National Indian Health Board will virtually host the “10th Annual National Native Harm Reduction Summit” with the theme, “Sharing Our Knowledge and Strengthening Our Communities.” Summit sessions include Addressing Harm Reduction Practices, COVID and Creativity, Substance Use, Infection and Overdose Prevention, Culture, and Resilience Read more…

Register for the “Intersectional Representation: Serving Sexual Assault Survivors Who are Minors” Webinar

Training Opportunity: August 4, 2021. Victim Rights Law Center Senior Attorney, Kelsey Worline, and community organizer and disability and racial justice activist, Heidi Notario, will facilitate the “Intersectional Representation: Serving Sexual Assault Survivors Who are Minors” webinar. This panel webinar features the voices of self-advocate child sexual abuse survivors and Read more…

Register for the “AAIP Annual Meeting and National Health Conference: We Are Stronger Together”

Training Opportunity: July 29-August 1, 2021. The Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP) presents the “AAIP Annual Meeting and National Health Conference: We Are Stronger Together,” a virtual forum for healthcare professionals, policymakers, and Tribal community members concerned with American Indian/Alaska Native health, healthcare, community wellness, and honoring Native Traditions. Read more…

Training Opportunity: NAHASDA Refresher

Training Opportunity: July 27, 2021.  The Native Learning Center presents a live webinar titled “NAHASDA Refresher.” Understanding the Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA) is essential for anyone providing housing assistance to Native Americans. This webinar introduces NAHASDA and the latest regulations. Register at https://events-na8.adobeconnect.com/content/connect/c1/1089439605/en/events/event/private/1090395802/1433992356/event_landing.html?sco-id=3852937432

Learn More About the Education Development Center H.O.P.E. Handbook in this Archived Webinar

Training: This archived webinar provides an overview of the importance of suicide prevention activities within victim services and introduces the Education Development Center H.O.P.E. handbook as an important resource for advocates, including a guide designed specifically for those working in Tribal communities.  The webinar offers tools to prepare crime victim Read more…