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No Woman Left Behind

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Almost every aspect of LEAVING AN ABUSIVE SITUATION involves FINANCIAL ABUSE. Welcome to our THIRD No Woman Left Behind Conference! In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we are focusing on Financial Abuse. About this event Calling all ladies! Welcome to our THIRD No Woman Left Behind Conference! Join us for candid conversations WITH women, FOR women about money, wealth,…

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No Woman Left Behind

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Almost every aspect of LEAVING AN ABUSIVE SITUATION involves FINANCIAL ABUSE. Welcome to our THIRD No Woman Left Behind Conference! In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we are focusing on Financial Abuse. About this event Calling all ladies! Welcome to our THIRD No Woman Left Behind Conference! Join us for candid conversations WITH women, FOR women about money, wealth,…

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A Workshop: A Guide to Jennifers’ Law and Coercive Control in Connecticut Family Court

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The Connecticut Protective Moms will be holding a workshop on Jennifers’ Law and Coercive Control in Connecticut Family Courts on Thursday, October 21st from 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT as a hybrid meeting with in-person attendance at The Graduate Hotel, New Haven, CT and on Zoom. ABOUT: A  Workshop for Family Court stakeholders on Jennifers’ Law, PA 21-78, and Coercive Control in Connecticut…

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Virtual Screening: RESPOND AGAINST VIOLENCE

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VIRTUAL EVENT WITH ACCESS BEGINNING AT 6PM ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15 AND AVAILABLE AT YOUR LEISURE THROUGH THE WEEKEND. The non-profit, RESPOND Against Violence, invites you to join us for the 2021 LUNAFEST® in support and recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month this October. Celebrating their 20th anniversary, LUNAFEST® is a showcase of short documentary films created by women (and…

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Wine Tasting with Love Not Lost

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Helping People Heal in Grief This virtual wine tasting event is taking place on October 14th where three bottles of wine and charcuterie will be shipped directly to your door! The night of the 14th, you can join a community zoom call with the founder of Bending Branch Winery for the full experience, along with the founder of Love Not…

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How to Catch a Killer

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Misdirection of Criminal Asphyxiation Deaths   COURSE DESCRIPTION: Homicidal asphyxiation often lacks obvious signs of external trauma, and deaths are often missed or misdiagnosed as suicides, accidents, overdoses, or natural deaths. This course will address asphyxiation crime scene staging, processing scenes, autopsy issues, investigator confirmation bias, and introduce lesser-known types of asphyxiation crimes such as aquatic sexual sadism, inert gas…

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VictimsVoice Halo Aid ’21

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Our goal is to give away 250 free licenses to victims of domestic violence, intimate partner abuse, or stalking. That goal includes a $2,500 donation to the VictimsVoice Halo Fund, an interest-free loan program that gives cash to those who need it to get out and feel safe. Your ticket gets us one step closer to our goal, and you…

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Light Up The Night!

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Come and enjoy a night out at the beautiful Dvoor Farm. Saturday, September 25th from 6:00 – 8:00 PM EDT. This is a family friendly event that will include: Balloons & Bubbles Galore Live Music from Local Teens Free Food and Family Activities Bring flashlights and lawn chairs. No registration necessary. See you there! Español

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NCADV Annual Conference 2021: Recognizing (Y)Our Resilience: Revive, Restore, Renew

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**POSTPONED** ABOUT THIS EVENT NCADV’s 20th National Conference on Domestic Violence September 19th-21st, 2021 Capitol Hill Day is September 22nd, 2021 NCADV conferences provide a forum for one of the nation’s largest gatherings of victims and survivors, advocates, service providers, and other professionals working to address the issue of domestic violence. Award Nominations As has become tradition, NCADV will be presenting…

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Lethality Assessments for Domestic Violence

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ABOUT THIS EVENT A Look at How a Simple Questionnaire Could Save Lives The Lethality Assessment Program (LAP) was designed by the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence and based on Dr. Jaquelyn Campbell’s “Danger Assessment.”  The LAP is an 11-question checklist that is read by responding officers to victims of alleged intimate partner violence.  Utilizing a weighted scoring system, officers…

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