WELCOME TO EVENTS AND TRAININGS. This section lists trainings sponsored by NNADV and other community organizations across Nevada. We invite you to scroll down the page for promotional flyers & registration instructions.
“HANGING OUT OR HOOKING UP” is a training-of-trainers workshop that is designed to educate adults who work with teens and teen peer leaders/educators about healthy dating relationships and the prevention of relationship abuse. For more information, view the flyer below,
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
9:00 am – 4:00 pm at Great Basin College in Ely, NV
Click here to view flyer. Pre-registration is required.
Download the brief agenda and registration forms below.
“INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AS A PUBLIC HEALTH PRIORITY” This presentation has been specifically designed for social work professionals who want to support survivors in a healthcare setting. Discussion topics include strategies to identify intimate partner violence by using a two to 10-minute screening tool and techniques to intervene, document, and provide appropriate referrals to community-based advocacy programs. This workshop will engage the participant in a simulation called In Her Shoes that will place the social worker in the role of a survivor. Participants will follow a real-life survivor’s narrative as they reach out for help, problem solve, and experience challenges while struggling to live a life free from violence.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Renown Regional Medical Center 1155 Mill St. Reno, NV
Space is limited so pre-registration is required. Registration closes Monday, June 1st at 5:00 PM. CEUs are pending.
“INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AS A PUBLIC HEALTH PRIORITY”is a training-of-trainers’ workshop open to all healthcare professionals who wish to learn how relationship violence affects their patient’s health and their ongoing care. For a more detailed overview and brief agenda, view the flyer below.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican Hospital San Martin Campus Las Vegas, NV
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