Learn how to develop a CCR, how to conduct productive CCR team meetings, and understand the importance of confidentiality.
Discuss why tribal leadership engagement is critical to community acceptance and sustainability of a victim services program, and identify methods to keep tribal leadership involved.
Learn how tribal courts can develop integrated Domestic Violence Courts to adjudicate all aspects of cases involving Domestic Violence including protection orders, violation of those orders, child custody and visitation, property issues and other aspects to avoid conflicting orders and ensure victim safety.
During this webinar, you will engage in a conversation with tribal victim service peers around the topics of victims' needs in this time of shelter in place, the benefits and challenges of providing mobile advocacy to the community and logistical and safety measures for both victim and advocate.
This webinar will provide an introduction to multidisciplinary teams in Indian Country with a focus on child protection and serving victims of crime.
Discuss how policies and procedures can help promote consistency in services, orient new personnel, establish connections between departments, and reaffirm multidisciplinary and victim-centered approaches. Learn more about the importance of identifying a vision, mission and purpose statement for your organization.
Gather best practices for developing a comprehensive table of contents, tracking changes and amendments to policies, visual aids and charts, and other documentation. Reduce legal liability by learning about disclaimers, avoiding discriminatory language , and verifying content. Explore the process to introduce and implement formal policies, orient staff, and educate the community to prevent resistance and gain acceptance of implementation. Prepare for future changes and evaluation.
Gain an introduction to various approaches relevant to the development and implementation of departmental policy, identification and inclusion of key stakeholders, gathering community feedback, and planning time and tasks. Utilize mind mapping exercises to develop vision, mission, purpose, and key policy inclusions. Learn about researching policies and identifying resources to support policy development. Explore the importance of words, terminology and phrases in your communications, as well as visualizations such as flowcharts to reinforce policy narratives and process summaries.
Learn how to develop a SART, how a SART can help your tribal community, and the benefits of collaboration utilizing a multidisciplinary team approach when developing protocols.
Learn the elements that are needed to develop a strategic plan for your OVC-funded victim services program. During this introductory class, you will review team roles and responsibilities, communication, and developing a shared vision. Goal development and data analysis will also be discussed.