The “What to Do, What to Say” training increases participants ability to support survivors in their lives. As our country explores what it could mean to shift away from calling the police as a primary response understanding other ways to support survivors is becoming increasingly necessary. This 1.5 hour workshop will discuss warning signs and patterns of abusive relationships, identify available resources, and develop the skills of friends, family, and neighbors to support loved ones in their lives.
The next opportunity to participate in this webinar will be July 7 from 10:00-11:30 AM. Registration is required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
This webinar is free but donations are always appreciated. To support REACH’s work, the suggested donation for attending this webinar is $15 and can be submitted through our website www.reachma.org.