MNADV Upcoming Trainings
MNADV offers individual trainings on a wide variety of topics in addition to our Comprehensive Domestic Violence Training. Listed below are training topics that can be requested from MNADV.
MNADV's Affinity Groups!
Dates to be Determined by Groups
MNADV is launching new affinity spaces for people to bond over common interests, identity, and experiences. We are also developing new opportunities for advocacy and clinical directors to network and exchange ideas. If you are interested in joining one or more of these groups, please click on the link to register.
*Groups will determine meeting dates and times*
Advocacy Directors/Managers: This group is for people who lead in advocacy, manage, supervise, and develop policies and procedures at a Domestic Violence Program in Maryland. The purpose of this group is to bring together thought partners to share ideas, resources, and lessons on how to navigate complex cases.
Aspiring Allies: This group is for White folx who are interested in understanding and dismantling racism. The purpose of this group is to create a brave space for White folx to commit to unlearn supremacy culture, take action to dismantle supremacy culture, and build meaningful relationships with marginalized people.
BIPOC Staff: This group is open to all who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color. We use the term “BIPOC” broadly to include folx who may identify as racially or ethnically marginalized. The purpose of this group is to create a brave space for radical selfcare, self-advocacy, and healing.
Clinical Directors: This group is for clinicians and trauma therapists who manage, supervise, and develop policies and procedures at a Domestic Violence Program in Maryland. The purpose of this group is to create a network for clinical directors or supervisors to connect, learn, and grow together.
GIS Hub Dashboard - Presented by MSCFV
April 24th, 2023 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
MNADV is pleased to host this webinar presented by the Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence (MSCFV). The GIS Hub features redesigned mapping dashboards which provide a free one-stop-shop for housing, resources, & services in Maryland. It includes data from multiple sources – from DHS’s Homeland Infrastructure to local data from Maryland’s Open GIS Catalogue. Features include maps for housing, resources, sex offender registry, and local domestic violence service providers.