Thursday December 17, 2015 from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM PST
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Red Lion Inn at the Park 
303 West North River Drive
Finch Room
Spokane, WA 99201

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Ilene Stohl 
360-586-1022 ext. 302 

2015 December 17 Safer Planning Training 

Safety* (or the goal of it) is paramount to our work. And safety planning – is part of the foundation of that work to support survivors of domestic violence. Many of us have a form that often guides the conversations but have we really been able to stop and think about what goes into a survivor’s thinking and decision-making?

Join us for a chance to stop, think, and reflect about our safety planning practices and how we can better address safety as a means to autonomy and liberation. 

Together, we’ll: engage in safety planning exercises, learn about the dynamics that influence a survivor's choices about leaving or staying, and leave with concrete strategies for supporting survivors and families. 

*Earlier this year, Jill Davies helped us to embrace the concept of safer – that the true heart of meaningful advocacy is helping survivors to be safer – to experience less violence, more economic stability, and greater well-being.

Time & Location

December 17, 2015 9:30AM-3:30PM
Check-in time: 9:15AM

Red Lion Inn at the Park

Finch Room
303 W North River Dr,
Spokane, WA 99201


One free registration for Member Programs
Addtional Members/Associate Member  $75
Non-Members  $125 

Available Training Hours: 5

Online Registration Deadline: December 3, 2015

Deadline to Request Interpreters: November 24, 2015


Registration is based on email addresses, so each registrant must have their own email address (you cannot use the same email address for more than one person).

We will be sending you email updates about this event. Please make sure to check your email regularly (and if needed, add us to your contact list so we don't end up in the spam filter).

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