40-Hour Hope Advocacy Training

Hope for Family Resilience Program
January 1, 2024 - December 31, 2024

Join the Hope for Family Resilience Program for their 40-Hour Hope Advocacy Training, the latest research-based domestic violence training in Nevada. This training is conducted over five full days throughout the year. This comprehensive training program will provide family workers with an understanding from a historical context to providing direct client services and family court insights, as well as explore topics like teen dating abuse, cultural responsiveness, and working with unique populations. By attending this training, attendees can expect to learn:

  • History of domestic violence
  • Overview and dynamics
  • Direct client services
  • Assessment, screening, and safety planning
  • Impact of domestic violence on children & youth
  • Teen dating abuse
  • Cultural responsiveness
  • Working with populations with complex/unique issues
  • Legal issues
  • Referrals and resources
  • Confidentiality and privilege
  • Employment protections for survivors of violence
  • Long term effects and tomorrow

Approved for 40 hours of CFLE continuing education credit.

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