Looking for committed & compassionate individuals to volunteer with us! Apply to our Winter 2019 Domestic Violence Training! Application Process: Please go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WIvolunteer_application to complete a volunteer application. Be sure to select “volunteer” under question 8 in order to be prompted to the appropriate application. The application provides us with important information about your readiness for … Continue reading Winter 2019 Domestic Violence Training
Applications for our Fall 2018 Domestic Violence Training will be accepted until Monday, August 20th! Read more below for details. Application Process: Please go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WIvolunteer_application to complete a volunteer application. Be sure to select “volunteer” under question 8 in order to be prompted to the appropriate application. The application provides us with important information about your … Continue reading Fall 2018 Domestic Violence Training
What is does hybrid domestic violence training entail? Our Domestic Violence Hybrid training is focused around preparing individuals to provide direct service support to survivors of domestic violence through the use of peer counseling, resources and referrals. Our training combines the use of online modules, online meetings, and intentional in- person activities. Together, these will be … Continue reading Summer 2018 40-Hour Hybrid Domestic Violence Training
W.O.M.A.N., Inc. has modernized the way we offer our 40 hours domestic violence training. In December 2015, we received a grant from The Joseph and Vera Long Foundation to help develop a hybrid training that combines the use of online modules paired with intentional in person gatherings. After surveying multiple organizations throughout California W.O.M.A.N., Inc. … Continue reading W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Hybrid Domestic Violence Training
Since 1978, W.O.M.A.N., Inc. has supported survivors of domestic violence through empowerment-based, survivor-centered programming that honors the personal autonomy, power and resiliency of people impacted by violence. These principles are guided by seeing survivors as whole people who are the experts of their own lives. We’re very proud to share with you a report on … Continue reading What W.O.M.A.N., Inc.’s Echando Pa’lante Program Shows About Shared Power, Leadership, Relationship Building & Survivor Success
From our pilot this past May, to our full launch in October, our Hybrid Training is up and running. Our full hybrid training included a collaboration with The Riley Center's staff and their incoming volunteers. W.O.M.A.N., Inc.'s participants included community members taking the training as professional and personal development. All participants enrolled in our online … Continue reading Congratulations to our Fall 2016 Hybrid DV Training Graduates!
Echando Pa’lante (EPL), which translates to "Moving Forward",started out as a support group for monolingual Spanish speakers.. It was born out of a group of survivors who were no longer in crisis but still needed resources to help them beyond their domestic violence situation. They also wanted to keep a connection to the agency. This group … Continue reading Program Highlight: Echando Pa’lante