Trauma Informed Approaches to Address Intimate Partner Violence and Human Trafficking

Dates: January 30, 2020

Meets: Th from 9:00 AM to 12 N

Location: MidSOUTH LR Plaza West Room 903

Classroom: $0.00

There is substantial research describing the dynamics and effects of intimate partner violence (IPV) and human trafficking and related co-morbid health and behavioral health outcomes for survivors. The purpose of this training is to offer health, social services and other service provider educational information about IPV and Health and a simple trauma-informed, evidence-based tool on IPV and human trafficking for use in health care and other settings as appropriate. Providers, PAs, APRNs, Nurses, Community Health Workers, social service providers, case managers, educators and other health professionals can help their patients/clients make the connection between their relationship and health outcomes and offer a supportive referral to a domestic violence agency. Join us for this important training that will consist of a 3 hour demonstration of the evidence based and trauma-informed curriculum developed by the Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ACADV), the Arkansas Primary Care Association, Community Health Centers of Arkansas (CHCA), and Futures without Violence.

Fee: $0.00
Hours:3.00

Fee Breakdown

CategoryDescriptionAmount
Course Fee (Basic)Classroom$ 0.00
Course Fee (Alternate)
$ 0.00

MidSOUTH LR Plaza West Room 903

415 North McKinley, Suite 900
Plaza West Building, 9th Floor
Little Rock, AR 72205

Kate Vincent

Kate Vincent is the Education Coordinator for the Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence. She has worked in the field of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence for 16 years. Previously she was the Director of the Sexual Assault Crisis Response of Central Arkansas program in Conway, Arkansas. She has been certified as sexual assault victim advocate for 12 years. She attended Davenport University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and lives in Conway, Arkansas with her husband. She has twin sons who currently reside in Denver, Colorado and has two grandchildren.

Lisa Weaver

Lisa Weaver has worked with Community Health Centers of Arkansas, the Arkansas Primary Care Association for over 19 years serving in various leadership positions. Mrs. Weaver currently serves as the Strategic Business Development Director for CHCA. In this position she support Arkansas Health Centers with strategic planning, governance training, service excellence training in addition to supporting grant development and other identified technical assistance and training efforts at CHCA. Mrs. Weaver developed and was awarded the Intimate Partner Violence – Project Catalyst grant in 2017. She has 25+ years’ experience working in the public and non-profit health field in various leadership/management positions including nearly 10 years at the Arkansas Department of Health. Mrs. Weaver has a Bachelor of Science in Health Education & Promotion. She is a Masters Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES-#3451); Certified Public Manager (CPM) and a Certified Group Facili! tator (CGF). Her favorite part of her position is meeting all the passionate mission driven staff and board members at health centers across the state and leading them through strategic pl

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