Day 1 Recordings

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Day One Keynote - Rachel L. Snyder

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Roundtable Discussions by Region: North Georgia

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Roundtable Discussions by Region: Metro Atlanta

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Roundtable Discussions by Region: Central Georgia

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Roundtable Discussions by Region: South Georgia

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Addressing the Intersection of Domestic Violence and Mental Health

This training is provided through a partnership between the Partnership Against Domestic Violence - Georgia’s first and largest domestic violence agency - and View Point Health, a community behavioral health center providing services to individuals needing treatment...

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#MeToo Meets the Emergency Room: Providing and Paying for Care after Sexual Assault

Sexual assault is most frequently perpetrated by someone a survivor knows personally, such as an intimate partner. Recognizing that survivors of assault are a highly vulnerable population who have been subjected to physical and emotional trauma, states and the federal...

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Look Who's Stalking: Why Stalking Victims Contact the Police and How First Responders Can Enhance Cooperation

A review of current research found that victims who are stalked by an intimate partner are three-times more likely to be murdered by the same partner (Spencer & Stith, 2018). In other words, inadequate responses to stalking complaints are homicides waiting to...

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One Voice, One Purpose: Leveraging Partnerships for Expanded Reach and Impact through Social Marketing

Relationship Violence is a public health risk. The objective of this workshop is to empower professionals of various backgrounds to seek opportunities to partner, from a social marketing perspective, with the joint goal of ending relationship violence in Georgia.When...

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Factions and Fractures: Multidisciplinary Intervention in a Post – #MeToo Era

Interpersonal violence (IPV) is a complex issue requiring coordinated responses from multiple professionals and sectors. Innovations like cross-training, embedding staff, and multidisciplinary teams such as SARTs and DVFRTs have resulted in major improvements for...

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Georgia Family Violence Statistics and Trends

This session will provide a summary of the Georgia Commission on Family Violence’s newly released report, “Family Violence Statistics and Trends in the State of Georgia 2013-2017.” Attendees will be provided an overview of statewide data pertaining to reported...

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Childhood Domestic Violence: Recognizing, Addressing and Preventing Hidden but Common Adverse Childhood Experiences

Childhood domestic violence (CDV) is a prevalent but hidden adverse childhood experience (ACE) that increases the risk of multiple deleterious health outcomes across the lifespan. Georgia Department of Public Health reported that in 2016, one in five adults in Georgia...

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Understanding Human Trafficking for the First Responder and Medical Provider

Although human trafficking victims present to medical facilities for a variety of medical complaints, first responders and medical care providers lack the training and resources to identify victims in a variety of settings, resulting in missed opportunities to help...

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Bridging the Gaps from the Ground up: Building an Evidence-Based Case From 911 Call to Sentencing and Beyond

This workshop will explore gaps that form in the justice system from case initiation through closure with the use of case studies and guided discussion with attendees. We will look at several gaps we have seen across jurisdictions from gaps in legislation to gaps in...

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"Working Together, Not Apart": Child Protection and Intimate Partner Violence/Domestic Violence

The goal of this workshop is to give participants information and tools to understand and work with families and partner agencies where both child maltreatment and IPV/DV are present. Participants will be better able to work collaboratively with DFCS and DV/IPV Service...

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Surrendering Firearms and Saving Lives

The most dangerous time for a domestic violence victim is the time immediately after leaving the relationship. Women are 3.6 times more likely to be killed shortly after leaving their partner. The presence of firearms increases the lethality of the violence and expands...

2020-09-14 Workshops