Note about events amid COVID-19: NCEDSV is staying up-to-date on the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and plans to follow public health guidelines for our Regional Trainings in May and our Annual Conference in September. We intend to continue planning these events in-person, hoping that the public health threat will resolve, but we will offer them as virtual events if needed. We will continue posting updates to keep those planning on attending informed. Registration for the Regional Trainings, whether in person or taking place virtually, is still required for the event. NCEDSV provides training and technical assistance (meaning direct, problem-solving services), to Nevada’s domestic violence and sexual violence service programs and providers. These services are tailored to the needs of each individual program, organization, or person requesting help. Members can call or email NCEDSV to receive support in a variety of areas, from best practices to nonprofit management and governance. If you or your organization would benefit from training or technical assistance, please contact us.
Training & Events Calendar:
Northern Nevada HOPES
580 W. 5th street
Reno, NV 89503
Join a half day educational event. CEUS will be awarded for Licensed Administrators.
Doors open for registration 30 minutes prior.
To register, go to www.PerryFoundationNV.org
Facilitators: Amanda Turner, Vanessa Rios, Michelle Dieters, Judy Henderson
Silent No More: Using our Voice to Create Safe & Healthy Tribal Communities
Email or fax registration form to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 775-355-5212.
Conference material will focus on healthy relationships, domestic violence awareness, self-esteem, missing and murdered indigenous women, two-spirited awareness, health and wellness, cultural competency and much more.
Law-enforcement, advocates, counselors, social service employees, Tribal leaders, non-native organizations, youth educators, social service workers and advocates, survivors, ICWA workers, and other related field employees are encouraged to attend.
This conference is free with limited seating.Limited number of travel scholarships will be available. If you have any questions or are interested in presenting on a topic, please contact our office at 775-355-0600 Ask for the Family Violence Prevention Program.
JOIN US at our 2019 Annual Health Care Conference that will bring Nevada’s Community Health Centers’ leadership and staff together with other key state organizations’ leadership to connect and learn. This two-day event will provide attendees with fresh and innovative educational content on operations, workforce, and policy. Plus, enjoy abundant networking opportunities at our evening reception.
For more information or to register, click here:
NCEDSV is seeking donations for our silent auction event taking place at the Annual Luncheon. The funds raised from your generous donations will allow us to ensure that we can continue to provide high-quality education, training, and support to advocates, survivors, and allied professionals devoted to this movement.
Crisis Support Services of Nevada presents their 3rd Annual Compassion through the Crisis breakfast.
Join us for an informative breakfast to learn more about the Crisis Call Center’s mission and the thousands of people we help through crisis every year.
Event is free of charge. Light breakfast included.
To reserve a seat: https://cssnv.org/CttC2019/
For questions, contact office manager Kyla Willard at email@example.com or 775-221-7638.
In support of DVAM (Domestic Violence Awareness Month) the Off Beat Music Festival of Reno will have brochures and resources about domestic violence.
Please join us in remembering their names, July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 and years past.
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Evet sponsored by LVMPD, the Southern Nevada Family Justice Center &
the Community Coalition for Victims’ Rights
The Washoe Tribe Domestic Violence Program, Advocates to End Domestic Violence and Community Partners Present: A Walk in Her Shoes
Show your support for the women in your life by walking in their shoes. Along the walk answer questions and learn facts about domestic violence.
Shoes provided. Prizes for making it to the finish line!
Donations accepted for Advocates to End Domestic Violence.
Contact 775-265-8698 for more information.