Cost is $10 (Fee is for full or parcel attendance. Lunch is NOT included.)Payments can be made online or mailed to:PA Coalition Against Rape125 N Enola DriveEnola, PA 17025Attn: Fiscal Dept - Trafficking TrainingRegistration Deadline is Monday, September 24th, 2012.
The Child Sexual Abuse Conference: Traumatic Impact, Prevention, and Intervention brings together an impressive lineup of nationally recognized experts who are gifted in translating the results of research into the language of the layperson. Featured speakers include Elizabeth Smart and Sugar Ray Leonard, whose testimonies will address abuse, recovery, and resiliency.The goals of the conference are to raise awareness, educate, energize, and empower all of us to move forward to better protect children.
The Healthy Sexuality Training Series is designed for teachers, social workers, nurses, caseworkers, counselors, group home and residential staff and other professionals who work with youth. This series is for anyone who is interested in building their skills to support young people in successfully negotiating decisions concerning their sexual health and relationships.
Justice 4 PA Kids; Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence; Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape
The National Center for Victims of Crime, in conjunction with FACSA (Foundation to Abolish Child Sex Abuse), Justice 4 PA Kids, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, and the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, will be offering a free training seminar for criminal justice practitioners, victim advocates, mental health therapists and other allied professionals. The seminar, Civil Justice for Victims of Crime in Pennsylvania, will explore how victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, child sex abuse, drunk driving, homicide, workplace violence, terrorism, nursing home abuse, and financial and property crimes can use civil lawsuits to obtain justice, hold responsible parties accountable, prevent future crimes, and obtain the financial resource victims need to rebuild their lives. The program will cover resources and strategies for victims considering civil lawsuits, and will include a panel of attorneys to answer specific questions of Pennsylvania law.
If you can't answer these questions, how can a victim?*What do victims gain through civil actions?*What civil options are available?*Where can victims find a lawyer?*What is the appropriate role of a victim service provider?Who should attend?*Victim Advocates working in government agencies and community-based organizations*Mental Health Service Providers*Law Enforecment officers*Social Workers*Sexual Assault and forensic Nurse Examiners*Presecutors, and Probation and Parole OfficersThe training is free, but space is limited. Register no later than June 4th, 2012. Register on-line! Go to www.ncvc.org and click on "Conferences and Trainings". For more information call 202-467-8753.
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