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Prevention Trainings: 

  • Identifying practical ways to implement evidence-based or evidence-informed prevention strategies; and
  • Learning how to engage new partners to build your organization’s capacity to provide on-going education to adolescents about promoting healthy relationships and preventing sexual violence

NCEDSV School Training Series

  • 3-part webinar series to preventing sexual harassment, violence and misconduct in middle and high schools

Prevention is Not a 4-Letter Word: Conversations About Ending Sexual Violence

  • 3-part webinar series to increase participant’s knowledge on primary prevention

Community Specific: identifying best practices in serving survivors in your community.

Supporting Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities who are Struggling in Abusive Relationships

  • This presentation will give attendees a basic understanding of disabilities and how adolescents and young adults with developmental disabilities are targeted for abuse. Intervention and prevention strategies will be discussed to ensure that survivors with developmental disabilities are receiving survivor-centered, trauma-informed assistance from domestic and sexual violence advocacy programs. Staff from disability service organizations will receive a basic understanding of relationship abuse effecting people with developmental disabilities, its warning signs and risk factors, strategies on how to help survivors and how to offer appropriate referrals to community-based domestic and sexual violence advocacy programs. The presentation is open to domestic and sexual violence advocates, staff working with disability service organizations, educators, and parents with adolescents who have developmental disabilities. This is an introductory level presentation.

Regional Training 2020: Alphabet Soup

  • Join expert trainer Holly Reese in a six-week virtual series to expand your knowledge on working with LGBTQIA+ community members.

Advocacy for LGBTQIA+ Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence – VANN

  • This training covers a basic overview of LGBTQIA+ terminology and history, as well as the prevalence of IPV in the LGBTQIA+ community, and gives practical tips on conducting outreach.  It will also give tips on shelter inclusivity and integration, and how to move an agency away from heteronormative practices.

Economic Justice

Deepening Our Economic Justice Work

This recorded webinar featuring Kim Pentico from the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), will be exploring different aspects of economic justice as prevention work. This webinar will explore macro versus micro economic justice work, provide a better understanding of the history and current economic justice policy, and examine how to look internally at your own economic justice challenges.

Economic Justice Forum Series

The Nevada Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence (NCEDSV) is hosting a virtual five-part forum series, focusing on economic justice as a tool for sexual violence prevention in Nevada. Each forum will explore a specific economic justice priority, and will feature panelists with expertise in these areas.

The Allstate Foundation Moving Ahead Curriculum

Financial planning and management is a life-long process – and your journey to gain control of your financial future can start here. This online curriculum is designed for domestic violence survivors and can help provide the guidance and tools you need to make important financial decisions and work toward gaining long-term financial security.

+ Prevention

Prevention Trainings: 

  • Identifying practical ways to implement evidence-based or evidence-informed prevention strategies; and
  • Learning how to engage new partners to build your organization’s capacity to provide on-going education to adolescents about promoting healthy relationships and preventing sexual violence

NCEDSV School Training Series

  • 3-part webinar series to preventing sexual harassment, violence and misconduct in middle and high schools

Prevention is Not a 4-Letter Word: Conversations About Ending Sexual Violence

  • 3-part webinar series to increase participant’s knowledge on primary prevention

+ Community Specific

Community Specific: identifying best practices in serving survivors in your community.

Supporting Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities who are Struggling in Abusive Relationships

  • This presentation will give attendees a basic understanding of disabilities and how adolescents and young adults with developmental disabilities are targeted for abuse. Intervention and prevention strategies will be discussed to ensure that survivors with developmental disabilities are receiving survivor-centered, trauma-informed assistance from domestic and sexual violence advocacy programs. Staff from disability service organizations will receive a basic understanding of relationship abuse effecting people with developmental disabilities, its warning signs and risk factors, strategies on how to help survivors and how to offer appropriate referrals to community-based domestic and sexual violence advocacy programs. The presentation is open to domestic and sexual violence advocates, staff working with disability service organizations, educators, and parents with adolescents who have developmental disabilities. This is an introductory level presentation.

Regional Training 2020: Alphabet Soup

  • Join expert trainer Holly Reese in a six-week virtual series to expand your knowledge on working with LGBTQIA+ community members.

Advocacy for LGBTQIA+ Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence – VANN

  • This training covers a basic overview of LGBTQIA+ terminology and history, as well as the prevalence of IPV in the LGBTQIA+ community, and gives practical tips on conducting outreach.  It will also give tips on shelter inclusivity and integration, and how to move an agency away from heteronormative practices.

+ Economic Justice

Economic Justice

Deepening Our Economic Justice Work

This recorded webinar featuring Kim Pentico from the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), will be exploring different aspects of economic justice as prevention work. This webinar will explore macro versus micro economic justice work, provide a better understanding of the history and current economic justice policy, and examine how to look internally at your own economic justice challenges.

Economic Justice Forum Series

The Nevada Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence (NCEDSV) is hosting a virtual five-part forum series, focusing on economic justice as a tool for sexual violence prevention in Nevada. Each forum will explore a specific economic justice priority, and will feature panelists with expertise in these areas.

The Allstate Foundation Moving Ahead Curriculum

Financial planning and management is a life-long process – and your journey to gain control of your financial future can start here. This online curriculum is designed for domestic violence survivors and can help provide the guidance and tools you need to make important financial decisions and work toward gaining long-term financial security.

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