“What to Do, What to Say” training to be held on Wednesday May 19, 2021

Needham’s Domestic Violence Action Committee (DVAC) invites you to join them for a skill building workshop on how to support survivors of domestic violence. This virtual training will feature staff from REACH Beyond Domestic Violence leading a discussion entitled “What to Do, What to Say.” The meeting will take place via Zoom on Wednesday May 19, 2021 from 10:00-11:30 AM.

REACH’s “What to Do, What to Say” community training increases participants’ knowledge and skills. As friends, family, and neighbors, we all have the potential to play a unique role in supporting survivors of domestic violence. This 90 minute training will review 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.

Registration is required and can be completed by visiting Needham’s Department of Public Health website or clicking here.

For privacy considerations, this workshop will not be recorded.  

For questions, please email us at Public Health Nurse Hanna Burnett hburnett@needhamma.gov.