Event Type 2 CCASA Event
Wednesday, May 12th 10:30 am- 12:00 pm Mountain Time Presented By: Nikki Hernandez, Outreach Coordinator, Colorado Address Confidentiality Program Click Here To Register! Making
Wednesday, May 12th 10:30 am- 12:00 pm Mountain Time
Presented By: Nikki Hernandez, Outreach Coordinator, Colorado Address Confidentiality Program
Making the Address Confidentiality Program work for survivors can be a challenge. Without the right information, an ACP participant might end up compromising their confidentiality during family court proceedings, when placing a 911 call, or purchasing real property. Learning about the ACP statutes relevant to participant interactions with state/local government agencies as well as private entities will assist advocates in better supporting their clients in maintaining their confidentiality. This training can be used to get certified as an Application Assistant, renew an existing certification, or as a refresher for active Application Assistants.
Nikki Hernandez is the Outreach Coordinator for the Colorado Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) and has been with the program since 2017. Nikki has worked to support survivors since she was in college, where she created a peer facilitated support group for survivors of sexual assault on campus. Prior to coming to the ACP, she worked as a Confidential Victim’s Advocate and served as the Board Chair for Finding Our Voices, a non-profit dedicated to helping heal survivors of sexual assault through art. Nikki is committed to expanding support for survivors statewide through awareness and relationship building.
This training is supported by federal grants 2018-WF-AX-0028, 2019-WF-AX-0053, 2020-WF-AX-0043 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, through the Division of Criminal Justice, Colorado Department of Public Safety. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this training are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Justice nor the Colorado Department of Public Safety.
(Wednesday) 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Viernes 14 de mayo, 2021 11:00 am – 12:00 pm hora estándar de la montaña Friday, May 14th 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Mountain Time
Friday, May 14th 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Mountain Time
Qué: Sesión informativa sobre la capacitación en línea de 40 horas Healing Across Language para intérpretes comunitaries en el ámbito de servicios a las víctimas
Descripción: ¿Eres bilingüe en inglés y español? ¿Te interesa ser intérprete? ¿Te apasiona apoyar a las víctimas de violencia doméstica/agresión sexual (VD/AS)?
Nuestra sesión informativa gratuita en vivo de 60 minutos te ayudará a aprender más sobre nuestra próxima capacitación en línea de 40 horas para intérpretes comunitaries en el ámbito de servicios a las víctimas y a responder a todas sus preguntas.
La sesión informativa en vivo está disponible para cualquier persona en Colorado que esté interesada en explorar una carrera como intérprete para servicios a las víctimas. Cubriremos la información sobre nuestro programa de capacitación, el proceso de inscripción, las fechas límite, la evaluación previa, la constatación de la finalización, las posibles oportunidades de trabajo y mucho más.
What: Healing Across Language 40-hour Online Community Interpreter Training for Victim Services Info Session
Our Free Live 60- min Info Session will help you learn more about our upcoming Healing Across Language 40-hour Online Community Interpreter Training for Victim Services and have all your questions answered.
The Live Online Info Session is available to anyone in Colorado interested in exploring a career path as an interpreter for victim services. We will cover information about our training program, registration process, deadlines, pre-test, certification of completion, potential job opportunities, and more.
(Friday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tuesday, May 25th 10:00 am- 11:30 am Mountain Time Presented By: Jenna Harper, Sexual Assault Response Program Manager, Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Sarah Silvas-Bernstein, Title
Presented By: Jenna Harper, Sexual Assault Response Program Manager, Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Sarah Silvas-Bernstein, Title IX Coordinator, Naropa University
We will examine the current culture of sexual violence advocacy agencies which can be siloed, burnout, and offer limited options with low capacity. Then we will turn to move toward shifting our culture to slow our work down to be more intentional in moving from service provision to liberation In doing so, we will introduce concepts of restorative justice that are integral to understand and incorporate into our work before we can implement restorative justice practices.
Jenna joined CCASA in October 2019. She has been working to address sexual violence since 2004, including working on a crisis support line, and providing clinical counseling and legal support for survivors in the U.S. and Ecuador. During her time in Oregon, she developed and delivered trainings for advocates, law enforcement, prosecutors, SANEs, SARTs, Tribal communities, and universities. Prior to joining CCASA, Jenna managed a sexual violence prevention program targeting the root causes of sexual violence and promoting healthy relationships with high school youth, and training teachers. Jenna believes in working collaboratively toward the goal of supporting survivors, ending oppression, and preventing sexual violence. She has a Bachelor’s of Psychology from the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana and a Master’s of Social Work from University of Chicago.
Sarah is a dedicated advocate, educator, and professional contributing to the eradication of sexual violence through proactive and responsive approaches for effective social change. Her work and research are rooted in the practices and principles of restorative and social justice as a means to increase institutional and personal capacity, well-being, and resilience. Sarah’s professional work as the Title IX Coordinator of Naropa University, volunteer experience with The Blue Bench and Moving to End Sexual Assault, and on-going experience as a Restorative Justice Facilitator and Community Member with local agencies bolster her commitment to lifelong and fulfilling community-based work. She holds a dual undergraduate degree in Organizational Leadership and Business Management from Graceland University. In her free time, Sarah enjoys spending quality time with her husband, walking with her dogs on the vast trails in Boulder, CO, tending to her plants, and expanding her vintage textiles collection.
(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 11:30 am
CAIA 2021 will be virtual bringing you 21 workshop sessions, 2 keynote speakers and a closing panel you won’t want to miss. Plus, you’ll have networking opportunities and more… Early registration
CAIA 2021 will be virtual bringing you 21 workshop sessions, 2 keynote speakers and a closing panel you won’t want to miss. Plus, you’ll have networking opportunities and more…
Early registration end May 14th!
june 7 (Monday) - 9 (Wednesday)