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:
Join NCEDSV in our first Quarterly Forum with Nevada Fellows from the Every Voice Coalition!
NCEDSV is launching a quarterly policy forum series to inform participants of policy updates at the state and federal level. Each forum will also feature a guest to discuss their organizations policy priorities and ideas.
For our first forum, fellows from the Every Voice Coalition will be presenting their student-written legislation that aims at creating protections for victim-survivors on college campuses and hold higher education campuses accountable.
Click on the link below to register and receive meeting login information!
Domestic Violence Resource Center’s Virtual Community Forum on Domestic Violence
The Domestic Violence Resource Center’s Virtual Community Forum on Domestic Violence will bring together a panel of leaders in the field to share an update on domestic violence issues in our community and State, and to explore the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on victims and their families.
Aaron Ford | Nevada Attorney General
Darin Balaam | Washoe County Sheriff
Ross Armstrong | Administrator, Nevada Division of Child and Family Services
Sue Meuschke | Executive Director, Nevada Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence
Denise Yoxsimer | Executive Director, Domestic Violence Resource Center
Upon completion of your registration you will receive an automated confirmation email that includes additional information about how to participate in the Zoom Webinar on October 21st from your computer, smartphone, tablet or telephone.