Here you will find links to recordings of previously held live training and virtual training modules that are open for viewing by DV advocates and the members of the general public that are interested in learning more about domestic violence.
In 2021, NYSCADV, and the YWCA of Union County presented the training series, Career Empowerment for Survivors: What Advocates Need to Know. In this four workshop series, we will discuss key factors that affect our clientele, domestic violence survivors, in their path to a successful job search ending in employment.
In 2021, NYSCADV presented a series of four webinars based on the “The Allstate Moving Ahead Curriculum” for financial empowerment, created by the Allstate Foundation and NNEDV.
New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence in partnership with the National Network to End Domestic Violence, is proud to offer present the webinar “Fundamentals & Framework: Understanding Confidentiality & Our Obligations.” This webinar will:
- Outline New York state and federal confidentiality obligations;
- How they connect to survivor-centered advocacy and practice;
- Discuss key considerations related to information disclosure;
- Addresses the general intersection of confidentiality and technology;
- And provide best practice recommendations.
*Registration required to view training.
In 2021, NYSCADV hosted a series of events aimed at elevating the needs of survivors who have been criminalized as they navigate New York’s criminal justice system. Each event will probe the unique role DV advocates have in providing supports to survivors throughout their journey.
Part 1: Join Rev. Sharon White-Harrigan, LMSW, Patrice Smith and Monica Szlekovics in a discussion about the scope and scale of IPV survivor criminalization, the needs of survivors who have been criminalized, and the need to remove barriers to assist IPV survivors as they navigate the various stages of the criminal justice system.
Part 2: Best Practices for Supporting IPV Survivors Who Have Been Criminalized
Join a panel of victim service organizations currently providing comprehensive support services to criminalized survivors. Participants will learn the specific harm the criminal legal system causes to IPV survivors and the value of grounding supportive work in the tenets of healing-centered, anti-oppressive practice. Panelists will describe how their organizations initiated their criminalized survivor support programs, the benefits and challenges of the work, and new opportunities for supporting criminalized survivors with passage of the Domestic Violence Survivor Justice Act.
Registration required to view training,
NYSCADV annually hosts a New York State Primary Prevention Summit as well as additional informational webinars and engagement sessions with prevention educators.
NYSCADV Annual hosts a Budget Advocacy Day and Legislative Day of Action during the New York State Legislative season. In addition to these advocacy events, NYSCADV also presents a review of the legislative season and the status of bills passed by the legislature.
Check out the NYSCADV Calendar for upcoming traininga & events from NYSCADV and our partners.
Additional training and resources are available through NYSCADV's Coalition Manager portal for staff of NYS-based staff of private, nonprofit, and nongovernmental organizations and programs that have a primary purpose of providing shelter and supportive services to adult and youth victims of family violence, domestic violence, or dating violence, and their dependents. This includes but is not limited to programs that are licensed by the NYS Office for Children and Family Services or have local NY Department of Social Services contracts to provide domestic violence services, either residential or nonresidential.
To set up an account, please contact your program leadership.
If you have any trouble logging into the system or have any questions, please complete a Coalition Manager Support Ticket by clicking here.