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Join us for MoneyTalks! A webinar series to promote economic justice. MoneyTalks will take on topics that will help you understand how economics affect survivors of domestic violence and provide a place to convene with other advocates to exchange good ideas. If you've got something to say about money and domestic violence, this is the place for you. Our next MoneyTalks happens on February 28 from 10:00am to 12:00pm. This quarter we will be talking taxes! Yay! What? Not that…Find out more »
Survivors have taken the first vulnerable step to call your program. How we receive this call and what we do with this information makes a difference in the survivor's experience and overall outcome. WSCADV has developed a Screening & Intake model form aimed to help you complete a better screening. Let's uncover how to make this mutually beneficial for all involved. Learn more and RegisterFind out more »
What does "intersectional" mean, and what does it mean in the context of leadership? Join an important and timely conversation about the 4 S's - structures, skills, strategies, and stance - that are needed in this powerful and compassionate form of leadership. If you are a leader (by personality, aspiration, and/or position), join WSCADV's commitment to Lead With Love. Learn more and RegisterFind out more »
Join us for a webinar on Child Support. Child support can be a great benefit for survivors, but being involved in this system also comes with some risk. Join us to learn about how survivors can maximize the benefits and minimize the risks. Learn more and registerFind out more »
What is an advocate? And how do you actually do this work?
We are excited to present this fast-paced two-day course for brand-new advocates, with facilitators Mette Earlywine and Tyra Lindquist.
In this webinar, we’ll hear from preventionists across the state who have put practice into action. We’ll discuss results from capacity building and community readiness grants along with how the 1st year of the BIG prevention grants went. Learn more and RegisterFind out more »