Making Every Door The Right Door: Working with Victim-Survivors that Use Substances
When a victim-survivor uses substances, it adds a new set of dynamic challenges and considerations to advocacy and safety planning approaches with that individual. During this training, facilitators will provide attendees with strategies, tools. It will also open the doors for new collaborations and partnerships to support survivors using substances.
After this workshop attendees will be able to:
- Describe the intersection between substance use and sexual and domestic violence; and
- Explain harm reduction; and
- Summarize 4 ways harm reduction can be applied in sexual and domestic violence spaces; and
- Explain how domestic and sexual violence spaces can prevent overdose.
- Kat Pulver and Jessica Johnson, Southern Nevada Health District
Advocates working with victim-survivors, healthcare professionals, and other service providers interested in this topic.
CEUs available. Select the profession while registering.
This presentation is supported by Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield and by Grant No. 15JOVW21GG00730MUMU awarded by the Office on Violence against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in the publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women or Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Nevada Certification Board Approved
This learning event have been approved for continuing education by the Nevada Certification Board for all certifications.