Domestic Violence Trainings

The Workplace and Domestic Violence

Training and employee awareness are essential to addressing domestic violence in the workplace.


The training will prepare staff to better understand the dynamics of domestic violence, identify possible signs and indicators of victimization, make appropriate referrals to domestic violence service providers, work with professionals to assist identified victims with safety planning, and develop individualized responses in recognition of the physical, social and cultural realities that may affect an individual victim’s situation.

Training will also include information on ways in which domestic violence impacts the workplace, including potential impact on worker productivity and the safety risks to on-site personnel and visitors.

Domestic Violence Training for the Faith-Based Community

This training provides the faith community with tools to assist victims by providing spiritual and emotional support, as well as resources, to help deal with the devastating effects of domestic violence. Ideal for churches and organizations wanting to bring an awareness about the issues of domestic violence to their staff or leadership groups.


  • Domestic Violence 101: An Overview
  • Impact of Domestic Violence
  • Why and How Faith Communities Should Respond
  • Speaking to a Victim
  • The Offender in Your Congregation
  • Discuss the ways that faith functions as both a roadblock and a resource in ending domestic violence
  • Examine specific biblical texts that have been used as roadblocks and resources

Training includes:

  • Certificate of Completion
  • Half day of intensive training (3-4 hours)
  • Training materials/handbook

Teen Dating Violence Awareness workshop

Approximately 1 in 10 high school students has been purposefully hit, slapped or physically hurt by a boyfriend or girlfriend. The ultimate goal is to stop dating violence before it starts. Strategies that promote healthy relationships are vital. During the preteen and teen years, young people are learning skills they need to form positive relationships with others. This is an ideal time to promote healthy relationships and prevent patterns of dating violence that can last into adulthood.   


This training is designed to share the scope and impact of Dating Violence on youth and a practical model designed to teach adults who serve youth specific strategies and techniques to combat teen dating violence.   

   

The Training:

  • Defining Healthy Relationships
  • What is Dating Violence?
  • Types of Dating Abuse
  • Warning Signs
  • Consequences of Dating Violence
  • The Power of Intervention 
  • The Power of Prevention
  • And more...

Schedule a Domestic Violence Trainining

Our Domestic Violence violence trainings, workshops, and seminars are designed to educate, bring awareness, and encourage the community as a whole to take a preventative approach to domestic violence issues that may face their schools, place of business or community of faith.

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