Peer intervention dating violence
TCFV once again partnered with the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault to host the 2016 conference. Tools for Transformation is an opportunity to gain deeper knowledge and develop new skills to meet the growing challenges of operating battering intervention programs and developing community accountability and collaboration for addressing family violence offenders. This biannual prevention conference hosted by TAASA and TCFV will bring together preventioneers from across the state to enhance their prevention strategies and foster long–term change. Each legislative session, the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault and the Texas Council on Family Violence partner to host Capitol Day. Supporting Youth Survivors: Challenging Adultism in Clinical Interventions When working with a young person who has experienced relationship violence, we often consider the additional barriers minors face in accessing services such as shelter, counseling, and protective orders.
We may be overlooking barriers present within our own therapeutic interventions and agency practices with youth clients.
She was not familiar with the resources available in the Colorado Springs region, so a family member referred her to TESSA.
Jessica came to TESSA seeking help and information, which she quickly received through a confidential victim advocate.
TESSA is proud and excited to announce that we will celebrate our 40th Ruby Anniversary with a one-of-a-kind gala on Saturday, September 30, 2017.
They may fall asleep in school due to the lack of sleep at home.
Registration for the 35th annual conference opens Monday, August 14.
The 2017 conference will feature keynote speaker Kelly Miller, national presenter on movement building to end gender violence, youth engagement, accessibility and intersectionality in our work, and Executive Director of the Idaho Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Nkiru Nnawulezi of […] ICADV’s 35th Annual Conference will be October 10 – 11, 2017 at the Indianapolis Marriott East Hotel and Conference Center.
Raliance brought together a community of diverse activists whose stories have not been central to the movement and use this national space to elevate the visibility of these stories in order to eradicate gender-based violence.
By nurturing the conditions for their own empowerment, Raliance supports young activisits to bring learning and activism back to their communities to end gender-based violence.