Special COVID-19 Message: Our professional training programs, community education presentations, and youth and school programs have been adapted to online platforms. Invite us to speak to your group today.
Preventing and addressing domestic violence, JBWS’ mission, is an immense task that requires a community-wide effort. JBWS invites members of the community to become part of the solution. Become knowledgeable, sensitive, and engaged in promoting healthy relationships. Invite JBWS to speak at your school, college, workplace, club meeting, or house of worship. Schedule a professional training program for your agency, hospital, firm, or department. Together, we can make a difference.
TEEN DATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION
Research indicates that 1 in 3 high school students will be involved in a dating abuse relationship. JBWS offers educational presentations and counseling services specifically on dating abuse. This program provides age-specific lesson plans for 6th-12th grade classrooms and colleges as well as community youth groups and leadership programs for athletes.
Youth are learning to understand the prevalence and warning signs of dating violence, discern healthy versus abusive behaviors, and know the resources for assisting a friend or themselves. The programs reach more than 8,000 teens per year in Morris County.
To schedule one of the following programs, please call 973-267- 7520 ext. 136 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMMUNITY AWARENESS & ENGAGEMENT
JBWS reaches out to local residents and employees to increase awareness of domestic violence issues, local resources and ways to help. Our experienced public speakers can tailor their presentations to meet the needs of any group. They can lead a discussion with a handful of your neighbors in a dining room over coffee or make a formal presentation at your next club or PTA meeting, business luncheon, place of worship, or other event. To schedule a presentation and learn how your organization can help JBWS, please call 973-267-7520 Ext. 124.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October and Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month in February provide special opportunities to engage the community in preventing intimate partner violence.
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TRAINING FOR PROFESSIONALS
JBWS provides training opportunities to increase professionals’ awareness and understanding of domestic violence, as well as to encourage and empower professionals to appropriately respond to domestic violence within their particular professional role.
Social workers, counselors, school and healthcare personnel, police officers, attorneys, criminal justice staff, and more learn to assess and intervene in cases of intimate partner violence.
Here is what some of our participants have said about us:
" I genuinely wish everyone could do this training to understand the nuances of domestic violence."
“The trainer is very knowledgeable and presents the material in a very relatable manner. I would recommend this training to my peers and co-workers.”
“Very informative, interactive and engaging training.”
“This training brought insight and perspective to domestic violence incidents involving strangulation.”
“Very informative, can bring this back to the office and implement parts right away.”
Training Topics and Descriptions
To Schedule a Training
If you are interested in speaking with someone about bringing a training program to your agency or organization, please contact the Professional Training Manager at 973-267-7520 ext. 121 or email@example.com. We can help you choose the best training to match your needs and discuss any CEs or training fees associated with the training. We look forward to hearing from you.
All workshops below are 2.5 continuing education clock hours unless otherwise noted. Some sessions may be abbreviated to accommodate the needs of your agency.