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September 2021

Ride for Respect 2021

September 25 @ 9:30 am - 1:00 pm

Calling all motorcycle enthusiasts! Join us for the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s second annual Ride for Respect: a self-guided motorcycle ride around Indianapolis in support of healthy, equitable and respectful relationships. It is absolutely free to join the ride. However, we are offering several options to donate or help fundraise for ICADV. The money raised from this event will help meet the needs of domestic violence programs and survivors in the wake of a global pandemic. Donations will provide assistance with rent, utility assistance,…

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October 2021

Implementing Prevention Strategies with youth- barriers and opportunities with Stephanie Solomon, Prevention Coordinator, Monroe County Youth Council

October 13 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

As preventionists, we strive to offer opportunities for young people to skill build in order to promote Safe, Stable, Nurturing Relationships and Environments (SSNREs).  However, structural barriers often impede our work on the interpersonal, organizational, and policy levels. This presentation will explore challenges and barriers to prevention work with young people, and possibilities for intentional and emergent work with young people to support their collective voice and power. Presenter: Stephanie Solomon, Prevention Coordinator, Monroe County Youth Council

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November 2021

RAFT Training: Building Resilience While Facing Uncertainty

November 2 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

As a person who has dedicated their life to the well-being of others, resilience is a critical skill in all facets of your life. This series of three 2-hour workshops will provide critical tools and techniques that help improve your own well-being and build resilience. ICADV is partnering with RAFT - Resilience for Advocates through Foundational Training - to provide this series of workshops in two different cohorts. Tuesday sessions (November 2, 9, & 16) will be for supervisors and…

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Department of Child Services DV Training Webinar Series

November 9 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

This training functions as a basic introduction to the issues encompassed in intimate partner violence and the experiences of both survivors and perpetrators of IPV. Focus areas include: understanding power and control dynamics; understanding the statistics, myths, and stereotypes around survivors and perpetrators; learning red flags and signs of abuse; and strategies in assessing and assisting families affected. This webinar meets the requirements of the Indiana Department of Child Services DV Survivor & Child Intervention Service Standards direct worker qualifications.…

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Taking Prevention on the Road with Stephen Dishinger, Turning Point

November 10 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

This session will explore the history of Moby the Prevention Van and the evolution of Turning Point’s community engagement and outreach programming. For many years the community outreach strategy for Turning Point, like many social service agencies, primarily involved staff members sitting at a table with a tri-fold display board with business cards and brochures fanned-out neatly nearby next to a stack of branded sticky notes and pens to invite interaction and potentially even a conversation with passers-by. Meeting community…

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Strangulation Training

November 12 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saxony Hospital, 13000 East 136th Street
Fishers, IN United States
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Speakers: Barb Bachmeier JD, MSN, APRN, NP-C, DF-AFN, FAEN Advanced Practice Provider/Forensic Nurse Katie Melnick JD Chief of Special Victim’s unit for Marion County Prosecutor’s Office Danielle Manning PhD, RN Center of Excellence in Nursing Education Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing Manager Topics: Medical Aspects of Strangulation Legal Aspects of Strangulation Case Law Research in Strangulation Cost: RN, APP $75 Attorneys or other Professionals $50 Lunch will be provided Registration: https://indyroadrunners.regfox.com/strangulation-training or contact Natalie Calow at ncalow@iuhealth.org…

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December 2021

Beach Planning: What are our vehicles? with Sara Roorbach, Prevail

December 8 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

This presentation will include: Description of Prevail’s “beach planning” process Explanation of how to utilize existing data to inform what the community needs are How Prevail has turned to community stakeholders and members to inform vehicles Explanation of how to use the Public Health Approach to assess the effectiveness of current prevention programming Presenter: Sara Roorbach, Prevail

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January 2022

From Self to Collective Care with Stephanie Solomon, Building a Thriving Compassionate Community

January 12, 2022 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

In this session we will explore the work of self-care within the context of the social ecological model.  We'll work together to discern the intent and limitations of self-care strategies and revise them into models for collective and community care.  This will be an interactive session where we will learn and dream together about the models of care possible in our communities. Presenters Info: Stephanie Solomon, Building a Thriving Compassionate community

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