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This is a self-study course for law enforcement to better understand how to work with domestic violence victim service providers and provide an orientation to the ideas covered in the Confidentiality Quick Guide for Law Enforcement (available for download from course). A certificate of completion will be available for download when you complete all sections.
The Core Advocacy Training is a 40-hour initial skills and knowledge training for advocates of domestic violence victims/survivors in New Mexico, funded by the Children Youth and Families Department. It is designed for new advocates; however, manager and board members of advocacy organizations are welcome to attend (space allowing). The online portion of the training is approximately 24 hours, followed by 3 days of an in-person intensive training, which is experiential. Please visit www.nmcadv.org for a calendar of in-person training.
NOTE: This previous version of the Core Advocacy Training is no longer available for registration. Former participants will continue to have access to course materials.
This series of webinars is an introduction to the Helping Explore Accountable Lifestyles (HEAL) curriculum, which was developed by Jeffrie Cape of Charron Services, in partnership with David Garvin and the staff at the ADA Program. HEAL is a self-paced, 52-session batterer intervention program for men. These webinars give an overview of the HEAL program design - Acknowledgement, Cornerstones, Challenge, and Sankofa. The intention of these webinars is to serve as an introduction and compliment an in-person training by David & Jeffrie, provided by the New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence on a regular basis since 2012.
NOTE: TO REGISTER FOR THIS TRAINING, YOU MUST FIRST REGISTER FOR DVOTI/BIP FACILITATOR TRAINING AT WWW.NMCADV.ORG
What does it mean to be trauma informed? What promising practices are happening in the field? What, why and how can we reflect on and measure our work? This one day workshop with the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health is a chance for domestic violence and sexual assault programs in New Mexico to learn, refresh, and reflect on trauma informed practices, including the progress we have made and the road ahead. Presenters are Carole Warshaw, Cathy Cave, and Eleanor Lyon from the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health.
The Coalition Learning Community is an approach to improvement of services and service delivery within victim services. It is a virtual roundtable of victim service providers working towards excellence in programs and organizational structure.
This is an archive of recorded meetings, webinars, events, etc. of interest to our members. For access, please send a request to email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This includes videotape recordings were taken during the initial Osnium training for New Mexico victim service providers in May of 2014, which gives a basic overview of most of the software package. We will add training resources as they become available and the project develops.
Confidentiality is arguably one of the most important, yet problematic aspects of domestic violence work. Â As advocates and others attempt to protect victim safety, effective relationships between community partners are often challenged. As information is rapidly becoming digitized, we areÂ allÂ struggling to keep up with the dangers and difficulties the technologically-based world presents to victims.Â The foundation of successful coordination is clarity on the issue of confidentiality in domestic violence cases, and emphasizing how we should (and shouldn't) be using new technology to protect safety. This course is a series of recordings from "Confidentiality in the Digital Age", a workshop presented by Cindy Southworth of NNEDV, and Detective Deidre Fishel from the State College Police Department (PA).Â