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This webinar will explore how to navigate respecting faith practices and beliefs as an advocate, as well as diving into ways in which faith can be elevated as a healing tool for survivors.
Additionally, we will highlight various religion’s principles and the way that they often intersect with family violence in order to create deeper understanding of how to hold space for a survivor’s faith.
The presentation will review survey findings and implications for Texas family violence agencies.
CEU’s: 1.5 SW, LPC, LMFT Navigating the Intersections – Cultural Humility and Trauma-informed Approaches This webinar will consider the many ways that trauma and culture intersect and offer advocates an integrated approach from the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health (NCDVTH).
This interactive workshop will explore the importance of understanding federal guidelines that enhance access to LEP survivors and developing a language access plan using an intersectional approach.
Based on the results of two preliminary rounds, Cyber Patriot X high school teams were categorized within their divisions as Platinum, Gold, or Silver Tier teams, with Platinum Tier teams representing the highest scoring teams.
This session will support advocates to increase their skills in identifying the different criminal and civil legal remedies available to LGBTQ survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. ” will also provide tools to navigate the legal system, strategies to recognize and respond to the barriers LGBTQ survivors face and practical tips to ensure effective, creative legal advocacy specific to LGBTQ-survivors’ needs and experiences.
CEU’s: 1.5 hours SW, LPC, LMFT Language, Culture and Gender-Based Violence: Ensuring Meaningful Access to Limited English Proficient Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence Ensuring meaningful access to limited English proficient (LEP) survivors of domestic and sexual violence is recognizing how gender bias and cultural identity may prevent access to services.
School districts and charter schools are required to operate for a minimum of 76,650 minutes, including intermissions and recess, according to state mandates.
Highlights from the new calendar include: first day of instruction will be August 15; Students and Staff will have the week of Thanksgiving off November 19-23; Christmas break will be December 21 – January 7 with students returning January 8; last day of class is May 21; spring break will remain aligned with Districts in respective cities, March 11-15 and graduation is set for May 17.
OIM | Safety and Services (Coming Soon..)This session highlights the context of chronic poverty, economic deprivation, and racial and social inequity for some victims and families.