WEBINAR: ICADV’s Legal Assistance Programs – Rural and Immigrant Assistance
A webinar from ICADV’s legal team. We will welcome attorney Magdalena Josipovic, find out about the exciting expansion of the legal services available through ICADV and discuss exactly how to access those services. We are so excited to be able to provide expanded legal services in emergency cases and legal relief for immigrant victims of violence—come and see what we can do!
When: Tuesday, February 23, 2016, 2:00 – 3:30 pm
WEBINAR: The Public Health Approach to Preventing Sexual Violence
Explore the history of preventing sexual violence, from its early beginnings in the 19th century to the changing perspectives and approaches in the past 50 years. This history will introduce us to approaching the prevention of sexual violence from a public health perspective, introducing new terms and models, such as the Socioecological Model.
This is the first in a series of 8 webinars that will introduce preventionists and advocates to the public health framework of sexual violence prevention. Participants will learn about the terms, concepts, and tools that will help them work with others to prevent sexual violence in their communities.
When: Tuesday, February 25, 2016, 2:00 – 3:30 pm
ICADV 2016 Director’s Institute
ICADV is hosting an ongoing series of trainings for new agency/program directors. The series will continue through 2016 covering a range of topics. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Caryn at ICADV. All sessions except October 25 will be at the ICADV office in Indianapolis.
February 26, 2016, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Developing a strategic plan maximizes the efforts and work of your organization. Learn how to manage and guide the strategic plan process. Facilitated by a contracted consultant from Indiana Youth Institute.
April 29, 2016, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
This session will discuss grant research, writing, and management; how to prepare a budget and cost allocation; and tips on identifying and reporting match. Facilitated by Jessica Marcum Jacobs and other program staff.
June 24, 2016, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
How are audits conducted; how do you prepare for an audit; how do you comply with the new OMB Uniform Guidance. Facilitated by staff of one of ICADV’s audit firms.
August 26, 2016, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
An overview of ICADV, the history of the antiviolence movement, and how to use ICADV as a resource center. Facilitated by Laura Berry.
October 25, 2016, Session Times To Be Announced
This institute session will discuss nonprofit finance, fiscal accountability, program and fiscal policies and procedures, plus how to communicate with your board of directors. The facilitator(s) of this session is/are still being determined. (Registration for this session will be separate.)
December 16, 2016, 1:00 – 4:00 pm
How do you best supervise staff across different generations, provide information on appropriate ethics and boundaries with staff and clients, and develop program management techniques. The facilitator(s) of this session is/are still being determined.
Register here for all sessions except October 25.
The Silent Witnesses – Working With Clients Who Grew Up in Homes Where Trauma Was the Norm
Facilitated by Dr Carla Gaff Clark
Children who grow up in homes where there is domestic violence but who are not physically harmed or severely neglected often suffer in silence as the schools, police and courts fail to see the damage that is being done in their lives. They live in fear – fight/flight/freeze which changes the brain and the DNA. This workshop will examine how those changes express themselves throughout the lifetime, and how service professionals can expect such trauma to manifest in their adult clients.
Registration for each training is done independently through the host agency. Any questions about the training or location can be directed to the representative indicated.
|Noblesville||Feb. 3, 1-3 pm||Prevail||Available upon registration||Jessica, 317.773.6942|
|Indianapolis||Feb. 10, 1-4 pm||Julian Center||Julian Center, 2011 N. Meridian St.||email Linda|
|Salem||Feb. 17, 1-4 pm||Hoosier Hills PACT||35 N. Public Square||Heather, 812-723-2621|
|Greencastle||Feb. 18, 9 am-noon||Putnam Co. Family Support Services||Putnam Co. Public Library, 103 E. Poplar St.||Elizabeth, 765-653-4820|
|Muncie||Feb. 23, 9 am-noon||A Better Way||Available upon registration||Teresa, 765-747-9107|
|Bloomington||Feb. 25, 9:30 am-12:30 pm||Middle Way House||Rise, 401 S. Washington St.||Debra M, 812-337-4510|
|Ft. Wayne||Mar. 2, 1-4 pm||YWCA NE Indiana||1610 Spy Run Ave.||Debby, 260-424-4908 x255|
|Crown Point||Mar. 8, 1-4 pm||St. Jude House||Bethel Church, 10202 Broadway St.||Joy, 219-662-7066|
|Angola||Mar. 15, 12:30-3:30 pm||Community Anti Violence Alliance||Carnetie Public Library, 322 S. Wayne St.||Lee, 260-624-3600|
|Jasper||Mar. 17, 1-4 pm||Crisis Connection||Vincennes Univ/Jasper Campus, 860 College Ave.||Kris, 812-482-1555|
|Evansville||Mar. 23, 12-2 pm||YWCA Evansville||118 Vine St.||Mary, 812-422-1191|
|Lafayette||Mar. 24, 10 am-1 pm||YWCA DV Intervention & Prevention Program||YWCA, 605 N. 6th St.||Allison, 765-423-4486|
|Marion||Mar. 31, 12-3 pm||Hands of Hope||Marion Public Library, 600 S. Washington St.||Linda, 765-662-9971, x123|
March 7-11, 2016 in Evansville
Southwest Indiana Area Health Education Center (AHEC) and USI College of Nursing and Health Professions Continuing Education are collaborating with regional partners. This five-day educational training will follow the 2015 International Association of Forensic Nurses guidelines for Adolescent/Adult Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners. To sit for the SANE certification exam, a nurse must attend the entire 40-hour SANE training course, as well as complete clinical requirements outlined by the International Association of Forensic Nurses, which will be discussed during the training. USI program staff will monitor and provide documentation of completion of clinical requirements.
April 4-6, 2016
This conference will provide practical instruction using current information, the newest ideas and most successful intervention strategies to first responders including law enforcement, prosecutors, advocates, and medical professionals. It will feature the best and most relevant practices as they pertain to ALL crimes against women (including intimate partner violence, stalking, strangulation, sexual assaults, cybercrime, human trafficking, etc.). There will be 126 workshops, case studies, and computer labs schedule . It is expected there will be 1,700 professional attendees from all over North America.