November 14, 16, 18, 2022
This training session is FULL. You may still register and we will put you on the waitlist. All waitlisted participants will be notified on November 7 to inform whether or not they have been accepted. We have also recently added another training for December and 2023 training dates are coming soon!
This training meets all essential components in the National Children’s Alliance (NCA) Standard of Victim Advocacy.
First Witness Child Advocacy Center’s advocacy program bridges the gap between individual advocacy with one victim and system-based advocacy that creates change for many victims. This is in contrast to more restrictive advocacy models that are based on delivering services identified by practitioners.
Through hands-on practice, participants will learn how to put advocacy principles into action, including conducting a focus group to improve programming, changing organizations and systems and creating programs and interventions that meet victims’ needs.
Participants will practice skills for effective crisis intervention and advocacy, problem solving and decision making around the toughest issues in advocacy work.