VAST presents “The Indian Child Welfare Act- Understanding Intersectionality to Provide Better Advocacy for Crime Victims.”

Training Opportunity: August 18, 2022. Join Victim Assistance to Support Tribes (VAST) for the second in a three-part webinar series featuring subject matter expert Casey Ross as they present “The Indian Child Welfare Act- Understanding Intersectionality to Provide Better Advocacy for Crime Victims.” What is the Indian Child Welfare Act Read more…

The National Organization for Victim Assistance will be Holding a Virtual Conference.

Training Opportunity: September 19-23, 2022. The National Organization for Victim Assistance will be holding a Virtual Conference. NOVA wants to keep their annual conference accessible for all during this difficult time. There will be workshops regarding Tech Safety Considerations for Victim Advocates, Advocate’s Perceptions of Firearms, Sexual Violence Prevention Program Read more…

The NIWRC presents “Peer-to-Peer Training: Key Issues and Steps in the Development of Shelter Programs from a Tribal Coalition’s Experience”.

Training Opportunity: August 16, 2022. The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center presents “Peer-to-Peer Training: Key Issues and Steps in the Development of Shelter Programs from a Tribal Coalition’s Experience”. The outstanding leaders of the Strong Hearted Native Women’s Coalition (SHNWC) will share their expertise and knowledge gained from establishing three Read more…

The National Center for Victims of Crime presents their Plenary Session “Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice.”

Training Opportunity: October 6, 2022. The National Center for Victims of Crime presents their Plenary Session “Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice.” The National Training Institute (NTI) emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach to sharing promising practices, current research, and effective programs and policies that are victim-centered, practice-based, and research-informed. Their National Read more…

The NIWRC presents “Peer-to-Peer Training: Key Issues and Steps in the Development of Shelter Programs from a Tribal Coalition’s Experience”.

Training Opportunity: August 16, 2022. The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center presents “Peer-to-Peer Training: Key Issues and Steps in the Development of Shelter Programs from a Tribal Coalition’s Experience”. The outstanding leaders of the Strong Hearted Native Women’s Coalition (SHNWC) will share their expertise and knowledge gained from establishing three Read more…