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MNADV News & Updates
2016 Statewide Training and Technical Assistance Needs Assessment
 
MNADV just released a fact sheet with the 2016 Statewide Training and Technical Assistance Needs Assessment results. Conducted with domestic violence service providers, these results guide MNADV's annual training plan and future projects. Both leadership and frontline workers provide input.

Top Training Needs:
  • Leadership: Self-care for staff
  • Frontline: Effects of domestic violence on children
  • Frontline: High danger safety planning
Top Underserved Groups Identified by both Leadership and Frontline Workers:
  • People who speak Spanish
  • People with mental health concerns
  • People who are homeless or living in poverty
This year, sections were added to capture specifics on underserved populations, including language, ethnicity, and country of origin. Domestic violence service providers also had the opportunity to identify training gaps for their community partners.
 
Download the Fact Sheet
MNADV's 36th Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner
 

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

6:00-9:00 pm

 

DoubleTree by Hilton

Annapolis, MD

 
The $60 Early Bird Ticket Rate ends September 30, 2016. From October 1-14, 2016, the $70 Regular Ticket Rate will be available. Sponsorships for multiple sponsor levels are now being accepted.

Interactive Workshops:
IPV, Trauma, and Substance Use

MNADV is holding a series of free skill-building, interactive workshops to address the Intersections of Intimate Partner Violence, Trauma, and Substance Use geared towards targeted professionals. Register for the session most aligned with your professional role by clicking on the bulleted sessions for designated audiences below:

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Si Se Puede: Providing Culturally Relevant Services to Latin@ and Hispanic DV Survivors
 
As part of the MNADV Culturally Specific Service Provider Round Table's Cultural Competency Training Series, a statewide workshop, Si Se Puede: Providing Culturally Relevant Services to Latin@ and Hispanic Survivors of Domestic Violence will be held on September 13, 2016 from 9:30 am-3:30 pm in Lanham, MD.

Our Presenters:
  • Jesus Rivera, Adelante Familia Coordinator, House of Ruth Maryland
  • Kate Jakuta, Lead Outreach Specialist, House of Ruth Maryland
  • Suzanne Bailey, Women's Law Center of Maryland's MEDOVI Project
  • Ashley DiIonno, Tahirih Justice Center
  • Survivor and Legal Permanent Resident 
Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence
4601 Presidents Drive, Suite 370 | Lanham, MD 20706 |
301-429-3601 | info@mnadv.org | www.mnadv.org
Statewide Helpline: 1-800-MD-HELPS
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