[Tribal-drug-courts] Training: A Pathway to Wellness: Working at the Intersection of Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse

Lauren van Schilfgaarde Lauren at tlpi.org
Tue Oct 17 14:37:08 CDT 2017

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Nov 8-9, 2017 | Mt Pleasant, MI | Classroom


Explore the connection between domestic violence and substance abuse, common cause and effect myths about domestic violence, the impact on families and the risks to drug-endangered children. Examine the need for a collaborative response and implementation of multi-disciplinary teams, what all disciplines can look for when collecting information/evidence, and examine the steps to establishing a formal drug endangered children alliance, including protocols and MOU's to sustain on-going efforts.
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This training is hosted by Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Court and Co-Sponsored by the United States Attorney's Office Eastern District of Michigan.

The host tribe, local service providers and other Michigan tribes will have priority status for the class.
What's In It For You

Upon completion of this training, you will be able to:

  *   Examine the decision-making process for domestic violence victims
  *   Describe the impact of substance abuse in domestic violence crimes
  *   Identify what to look for when collecting information and evidence in drug-endangered children cases
  *   Develop the skills and techniques for building a multidisciplinary teams, protocols and MOU's
  *   Examine the importance of time interventions and local resources for drug-endangered children

Is this training for you?
The following would benefit from this training:
* Community Member
* Correctional Officer
* Court System Personnel
* Educator
* Law Enforcement
* Prosecutors
* Social Workers
* Tribes/Tribal Partners
* Victim Service Providers

About the Venue
Tribal Human Resources Training Room
Black Elk Building
7500 Soaring Eagle Blvd.
Mount Pleasant, MI 48858

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