Inspire Action for Social Change provides free support, leadership, & technical assistance to DOJ, OVW Justice For Families grantee communities.
Inspire can provide free individualized & tailored consulting via email, over the phone, video conference, in-person, or through one of our interactive trainings.
Inspire Action knows providing supervised visitation services can feel challenging and isolating. In addition, we know that serving victims of domestic violence in a manner that centralizes safety, humanity, and each individual’s unique circumstances requires both skill and a lot of support. We are here to provide that support.
Assistance, Training, and Support Available to OVW JFF Grantees
Supervised Visitation Immersion Training AND Children and Youth Immersion Training
These two-day training options provide grantees with a hands-on, interactive opportunity to enhance the skills needed to operate a visitation center while learning how to best serve the women, men, and children who have been affected by domestic violence.
Peer-to-Peer Cohort Work
Each JFF grantee community has been assigned to a peer cohort team. All grant partners and supervised visitation program staff are invited to participate in their cohort group to engage in on-going mutual learning, critical thinking, problem-solving and produce tools that advance the field. Each cohort team will come together via video conference and/or phone call on a regular basis and attend in-person events and cohort meetings together.
Organizational Health & Success Assistance & Support
Centralizing safety for survivors
Program building & sustainability
Partnerships & community collaborations
Policy & procedures
In-The-Moment Assistance & Support
Supervised visitation & safe exchange programming assistance
Documentation & record keeping
Working with the courts
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Supervised Visitation Immersion Training on Working with American Indian and Alaska Native Survivors and Families
January 29-30, 2019 ~ Portland, OR
Our newest Supervised Visitation Immersion Training has been enhanced to offer tailored training and support to programs working with American Indian and Alaska Native Survivors and Families.
Beth McNamara, Jennifer Rose, co-executive directors of Inspire Action for Social Change in partnership with Jeremy NeVilles-Sorell from Mending the Sacred Hoop, will provide participants with a hands-on, interactive opportunity to enhance the skills needed to provide supervised visitation services, while learning how to best serve the American Indian and Alaska Native Survivors and Families women, men and children who have been affected by domestic violence.
Accounting for domestic violence when conducting supervised visits.
Providing culturally responsive visitation services.
Intervening in visits.
Decision-making during challenging situations.
Structuring successful staff meetings.
Engaging the community to help women, men, and children who have experienced domestic violence.
Supervised Visitation Immersion Training on Working with American Indian and Alaska Native Survivors and Families is available to OVW grantees. Grantees should contact their program specialist and submit a GAN for approval to attend.
Registration is now open. https://inspireactionforsocialchange.wufoo.com/forms/zd8yzrx0fez9yl/
This is a pilot of this training and space is extremely limited.
Please note: this event has not had final approval. Please do not make travel arrangements until you receive travel confirmation from Inspire Action for Social Change to attend this event.
Inspire Action for Social Change Staff Contact Information
Beth McNamara: 406-558-9334 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Rose: 505-490-9058 | email@example.com
This project was supported by Grant No. 2015-TA-AX-K020 & 2017-TA-AX-K028 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.