We're here to facilitate community readiness and collaboration, provide technical assistance and training, and help build your leadership skills - all to promote safety and healing for individuals, families, and communities.
Consulting & Support
Tailored Consulting Packages
Need personalized help or training? Want to become better skilled in a specific area? Whether you want to focus on In-The-Moment Technical Assistance, Organizational Health and Success, or Assessment and Relfection, we can help! Topics include: Case Consultation, De-escalation Strategies, Working with the Courts, Leadership Development, Partnerships and Collaborations, Data Analysis, and much, much more!
We can provide your tailored consulting package over the phone, via video conference, in person, or through one of our interactive trainings.
Supervised Visitation & Safe Exchange
We know many communities with supervised visitation programs have struggled with documentation practices. What should be documented? How much information should be included? How do we maintain the information and who should have access to it? Inspire has developed a one-day interactive training designed to help answer these questions. Topics include: Observation Skills, Confidentiality, Determining the Purpose of Collected Information, a Step-by-Step Documentation Decision Process, and Documentation Practice Sessions.
These two-day training options provide 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. Attending “Supervised Visitation Immersion Training” prior to “Working with Infants, Children, and Youth SV Immersion” is strongly recommended. “Supervised Visitation Immersion Training” is the foundational training that provides skills and tools for the practical application of supervised visitation and our “Working with Infants, Children, and Youth Supervised Visitation Training” builds on those foundations and takes a deeper dive into visitation practice with young people.
Supervised Visitation Immersion Training: Roll up your sleeves and have fun with this hands-on, interactive opportunity to enhance the skills needed to operate a visitation center. During this two-day training, you'll learn how to provide increased safety, and best serve the women, men, and children affected by battering who use your center. Topics include: Intervening in Visits, Accounting for Domestic Violence When Conducting Visits, Structuring Successful Staff Meetings, Decision Making in Challenging Situations, and Engaging the People You Serve.
Working with Infants, Children, and Youth Supervised Visitation Training
This two-day continuation training is an interactive and intensive training is designed to inspire and prepare trainees to work with infants, children, and youth in a manner that promotes resilience and healing in a supervised visitation setting. Participants are strongly encouraged to have attended SV Immersion (Part 1) prior to attending this training. Topics include: Key strategies and skills to build trust, rapport, and relationships with infants, children, and youth, Strategies for positively engaging with infants, children, and youth in a manner that promotes resilience, hope, and healing, Developing infant, child, and youth defined policies and practices, Center design and strategies to support creating an infant, child, and youth supportive environment, and self-reflection and growth to enhance professional resiliency.