OCTOBER: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH
During October, NCEDSV shares Nevada and National Resources to educate communities across Nevada fighting to end Domestic Violence.
All survivors have different needs when it comes to the best way to safety plan. For LGBTQIA+ survivors of violence, there are many considerations to take into account. Join to understand the safety concerns that queer and trans survivors have, and learn the best way to safety plan around their concerns. This may include access […]
SOUP AND SALAD SUPPER Pershing County Domestic Violence Intervention invites you to join them at Pershing County Community Center for the Annual Soup and Salad Supper Fundraiser, starting at 5 p.m. The Lovelock Community Center is located at 810 6th Street, Lovelock. There will lots of delicious soups, salads, and raffles! Children under 5 years […]
Join Lander County DVI for their Annual 5K Fun Run/Walk.
When safety planning for someone using substances, it is important to understand that there is multi-layered trauma. In this training, we will cover how to safety plan for these layers, and why someone might use substances to cope. It will take a harm reduction approach, and provide information on how to give a warm handoff. […]
Throughout October, members of the Nevada Justice Association's Trial Lawyers Care has teamed up with SafeNest (in the south) and Safe Embrace (in the north) to provide support and assistance to victims of domestic violence. Download Flyer HERE
Indigenous people are one of the most at-risk groups for domestic and sexual violence, despite the fact that this type of violence was brought on by colonization, and is not a traditional way of life. This training will review your role as an advocate on how to safety plan for Indigenous survivors who decide to […]
Join Domestic Violence Resource Center for their Annual Purple Gala
Join Winnemucca Domestic Violence Services for their Annual Mayor's Ball
Join Safe Nest for their 5th Annual Run for Hope 5K and to celebrate, commemorate and honor victims, survivors and families impacted by domestic violence. Dogs are survivors too and are welcome to participate!
Technology Facilitated Abuse is still an emerging topic of discussion in violence prevention circles. But as technology quickly evolves, so too does the abuse it facilitates. As advocates, this means that we need to evolve too. Safety planning around devices, websites, and programs is now a necessary part of working with victim-survivors. In this training […]