The Family Justice Center provides a wide range of training in our community, statewide, and nationally on topics related to sexual assault, domestic violence, trauma-informed care, non-fatal strangulation and more. We provide a monthly 3-hour CEU training at our office that is open to the public, in addition to customized training tailored to various disciplines by request.
Medical Advocate Volunteer Training
July 20, 21st & 23rd, 2019
Medical advocates are volunteers who provide crisis intervention, support and resources to survivors during a forensic medical exam at a hospital or clinic after an incident of sexual assault or domestic violence.
Advocates are on-call for 6 hour shifts of your choosing: day, evening and overnight shifts available. Take as few as four shifts per month. Some paid shifts available!
A powerful opportunity to work alongside survivors, provide crisis support and help folks begin their healing process.
Upcoming Training Schedule: All advocates complete 40 hours of training provided by NOFJC (20 hours online, 20 in-person).
Saturday, July 20th, 8:30a-4:30p
Sunday, July 21st, 8:30a-4:30p
Tuesday, July 23, 5-9p
*Volunteers must attend all training dates. If you have a scheduling conflict, please indicate on the volunteer application.
To Apply Fill out a volunteer application at: https://forms.gle/4kNgDhcsJLsnnMxe8
Questions? Contact Jordan at 504-355-0841 or email at email@example.com
Duluth’s Creating a Process of Change for Men who Batter Training
june 18-20 | 9:00a-5:00P
See information on flyer.
Responsive Services for Immigrants Amidst Hostile Politics
June 27th | 9:00a-12:00P
See description on flyer.
Training by Request
Do you need training for your staff or organization? We offer all of the training below and more. Please contact Eva Lessinger at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to schedule a training for your organization.
Sexual Assault 101 + Responding to Disclosures
Domestic Violence 101
Non-fatal Strangulation: Risks + Response:
Safety Planning for SA + DV
Working with Trauma Survivors
For healthcare professionals:
Documentation of SA & DV