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May, 2019

Wednesday
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Wednesday
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Thursday
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ODVN Resetting Your Inner Compass: Addressing Vicarious Trauma Through Hope and Resilience A Two Day workshop for Victim Advocates working in Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Programs
Friday
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ODVN Resetting Your Inner Compass: Addressing Vicarious Trauma Through Hope and Resilience A Two Day workshop for Victim Advocates working in Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Programs
Friday
3
Goodwill Easter Seals Miami Valley
9:00 AM
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NASW Ohio is excited to bring the Anti-Oppression-Informed Practice certification program, focusing on what case managers, therapists, supervisors, and clinical workers can do to actively promote anti-oppression principles within direct practice
Monday
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Franklin County Children Services
12:30 PM
Thursday
9
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The Ohio Attorney General‘s Interpersonal Violence Response Training Team presents the Trauma Informed Sexual Assault Investigation: Realities and Investigative Strategies training event. The goal of the training program is to strengthen the capacity of law enforcement and prosecutors to provide an effective response to victims of sexual assault from initial report through prosecution.
Friday
10
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The Ohio Attorney General‘s Interpersonal Violence Response Training Team presents the Trauma Informed Sexual Assault Investigation: Realities and Investigative Strategies training event. The goal of the training program is to strengthen the capacity of law enforcement and prosecutors to provide an effective response to victims of sexual assault from initial report through prosecution.
Friday
10
Officescape Building, Conference Room
9:00 AM
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NASW Ohio is excited to bring the Anti-Oppression-Informed Practice certification program, focusing on what case managers, therapists, supervisors, and clinical workers can do to actively promote anti-oppression principles within direct practice
Friday
10
ADAMHS Board Training Institute
United Bank Building
9:00 AM
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Over 150 teenagers are missing every day in Cuyahoga County, due to unstable housing, staying in unsafe and chaotic homes, or sleeping in places not meant for habitation. Come discover the skills to connect and engage teens. Stop, look, and listen to
Tuesday
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Training Institute ADAMHS Board
United Bank Building
12:00 PM
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Cultural competency, as defined by the National Center for Cultural Competence, “is having the capacity to value diversity, conduct self-assessment, manage the dynamics of difference, acquire and institutionalize culture knowledge, and adapt to diver
Tuesday
14
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The Symposium will address the warning signs of elder financial exploitation and financial crimes.
Wednesday
15
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Teri LaJeunesse, Director of the Victim Witness Division of the Greene County Prosecutor‘s Office, Board Member of the Ohio Victim Witness Association (OVWA), and member of the OAN Review Committee, and Janet Doolan, Programs Director of OVWA and mem
Friday
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Training Institute ADAMHS Board
United Bank Building
9:00 AM
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There is substantial evidence that indicates that when families and significant others of people affected by schizophrenia are provided with support and education about the illness, relapse rates are significantly lower, overall individual and family functioning improves, and family burdens are reduced. This BeST practice recognizes that families and significant others are vital members of the recovery team and benefit from education about serious mental illnesses; informational resources; strategies to prevent and manage crises; skills training and ongoing guidance about managing mental illnesses; problem solving; and social and emotional support. There is a need for an array of family education and support options based on preferences, needs, cultural considerations and accessibility.
Monday
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Greater Columbus Convention Center
400 N. High St. Columbus, OH 43215
8:00 AM
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TDIM is an annual training event where victim advocates from around the state receive updates about best practices, trends, and developments in the field, network with colleagues who care about victims,and honor those who are doing exceptional work.
Tuesday
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Greater Columbus Convention Center
400 N. High St. Columbus, OH 43215
8:00 AM
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TDIM is an annual training event where victim advocates from around the state receive updates about best practices, trends, and developments in the field, network with colleagues who care about victims,and honor those who are doing exceptional work.