CPEDV’s Technology Training Initiative
California Partnership to End Domestic Violence’s Technology Training Initiative, funded by the Verizon Foundation, has launched training programs across the state to address complex and ever-evolving safety issues of domestic violence victims and survivors in a digital age. The training was developed for direct service providers to learn more about how to ensure safety for survivors on the internet and on technology devices. In addition to learning about personal safety, the project provides information about how to utilize technology to hold batterers accountable, as well as how organizations can enhance their own technology protection efforts. To learn more about how Verizon is helping domestic violence survivor’s click here.
“Any Door is the Right Door”
“Any Door is the Right Door” is a unique, hands-on, multi-disciplinary training The Partnership specially developed for service providers committed to serving domestic violence victims with co-occurring mental health and substance use/abuse problems. The curriculum is designed for audience members who have a basic background in the disciplines of domestic violence, mental health, and substance abuse. The training effectively increases the skills of the attendees in identifying, and screening clients with domestic violence, and co-occurring mental health and/or substance abuse problems. Through the “Any Door is the Right Door” training, The Partnership strives to build community capacity to more appropriately serve clients with multiple vulnerabilities