June-July News

Posted: 08.13.2020



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Safe & Together CORE Training

Day 1, Parts 1-2: June 15-16, 9:00am-12:00pm
Day 2, Parts 1-2: June 22-23, 9:00am-12:00pm

ONLINE (Host: Central Ohio Regional Training Center)

To facilitate learning in this period of social distancing, the Ohio IPV Collaborative is offering an online series of the Safe & Together CORE trainings. The series features four 3-hour sessions. Participants will still enjoy a live training by an Ohio certified trainer and while some exercises may be adapted, training content will remain the same.

The Safe & Together CORE training provides a comprehensive introduction to domestic violence using a perpetrator pattern-based, child-centered, and survivor strengths approach. The Model was originally developed for child welfare systems, so it goes beyond a primer on domestic violence to teach hands-on skills and tools rooted in child welfare practice. The Safe & Together Model also improves the ability of child welfare to work with complex cases, making the connections with domestic violence clearer and helping to ensure a more holistic approach to serving families.

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Safe & Together Supervisor Training

Day 1, Parts 1-2: June 18-19, 1:00pm-4:00pm
Day 2, Parts 1-2: June 29-30, 1:00am-4:00pm


The Collaborative is excited to welcome Safe & Together Institute Associate Director Heidi Rankin for this special online presentation of the Safe & Together Model’s Supervisor Training. Domestic violence is one of the most challenging case issues facing child welfare and other family service agencies. Addressing these cases requires specific skills, confidence and knowledge. Supervising workers in a domestic violence-related practice is one way to make sure employees have the support and guidance they need when working with adult and child survivors, intervening with perpetrators, and managing safety for themselves and the family.

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Domestic Violence-Informed Practice for Lawyers

June 25, 9:00am-12:15pm

This training is designed to provide an introduction to domestic violence-informed practice for lawyers and other legal professionals. Similar to the concept of being trauma-informed, “domestic violence-informed” practice encompasses language, approaches, and policies that reflect a perpetrator pattern-based understanding of domestic violence including the importance of holding perpetrators accountable, recognizing survivor strengths and protective efforts, and keeping children safe. The session will focus on applying the Safe & Together™ Model principles and components to balance legal outcomes with family safety outcomes, preparing legal documentation using domestic violence-informed language, and liaising with community partners such as child welfare and law enforcement.
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