VOCA Bulletin Board for Trainings

CPJAD is providing an electronic bulletin board of trainings for government and nonprofit agencies serving crime victims in the State.  Agencies and individuals are invited to submit training flyers with registration information to [email protected] to be posted on this Training Events Bulletin Board.

 


SAVE THE DATE – WEBINAR ON Crime Victim Compensation Commission

We are pleased to announce that, at your request from the Grant Administration Training in October, we have scheduled a webinar for VOCA recipients on the Crime Victim Compensation Commission (CVCC), a basic introduction to the agency and what it does.  The webinar is scheduled for January 31, 2020 from 2:00 to 3:00 pm. PLEASE SAVE THE DATE!  As you know, as a VOCA recipient, your project is  responsible for informing crime victims about the CVCC and giving them information about who may be eligible for compensation, how to apply, and other information.

Registration will open 1/17/2020; more information about how to join the webinar will be provided at that time. Registration closes on 1/29/2020.

We hope you will join us for this webinar. 


How a Trauma-Informed Approach Improves Juvenile Justice and Public Health Systems Responses

Sponsored by Hawaii Interagency State Youth Network of Care & Hawaii Youth Services Network

Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Community Learning Center at Mai’ili, 87-790 Kulauku Street, Waianae, Hawaii  96792
$15 Registration Fee

For more information and to register https://wchilynctic01302020.eventbrite.com

Refund Policy:  Refunds up to 7 days before event. Eventbrite’s fee is nonrefundable.

Description

How a Trauma-Informed Approach Improves Juvenile Justice and Public Health Systems Responses

Although prevalence estimates vary, there is consensus that high percentages of individuals involved in mental health, child welfare, and criminal justice systems have experienced serious trauma throughout their lifetime. The impact of traumatic experiences can challenge a person’s capacity for recovery and pose significant barriers to accessing services when dealing with the effects of untreated trauma, like substance abuse.

How a Trauma-Informed Approach Improves Juvenile Justice and Public Health Systems Responses is a training program for system professionals to increase understanding of trauma, create an awareness of the impact of trauma on behavior, improve system responses when professionals are impacted by vicarious trauma, and develop trauma-informed responses.

This highly-interactive training is tailored to human service professionals such as mental health providers, substance abuse counselors, community corrections (probation, parole, and pre-trial service officers).

Trainer: Tia L. Roberts Hartsock

A certified trainer by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) GAINS Center for Behavioral Health and Justice Transformation, which is nationally known for its work with people with behavioral health needs involved in the criminal justice system.

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