MiVAN would like to invite you to take a look at some of the useful trainings, videos, and other resources available from us and national organizations that highlight varying ways in which an advocate can practice trauma-informed care, especially in the wake of mass violence.
“We’re talking about the intersection of these two critical issues to help illuminate the reality that survivors of trauma including sexual harassment, assault, and abuse are more likely to struggle with eating disorders and other forms of disordered eating.”
“A discussion about the scope and scale of IPV survivor criminalization, the needs of survivors who have been criminalized, and the need to remove barriers to assist IPV survivors as they navigate the various stages of the criminal justice system.”
“This report captures both the resiliency of survivors and programs and the intense impact the pandemic is still having on them and their needs.”
View the national and Michigan reports here.
“OVW grantees with detailed information about the risk firearms present to domestic violence victims. Grantees will also learn about statutory interventions aimed at disarming abusers and reducing intimate partner homicide.”
“The physical, sexual, and emotional abuse suffered by bisexual survivors is at levels much higher than lesbian and heterosexual relationships and we must talk about why.”
“How partnerships with one housing finance agency, two nonprofit housing developers, and two housing authorities led to 84 apartments for low-income families.”
“The Moving Ahead Curriculum offers a range of information from basic money and financial management principles to advanced, long-term financial planning.”
“Battered Mothers Involved with Child Protective Services reports the voices, views and recommendations of battered immigrant, refugee and indigenous women, derived from their experiences in the domestic violence and child protective services systems.”
“An evidence-based, multi-level prevention program for middle school students on sexual harassment and precursors to dating violence.”