5-8 September 2017
Bethany Beach Training Site
Bethany Beach, DE
32 Continuing Education Units
This FREE training has limited seating and is open to sexual assault advocates/counselors, nurses, physicians, law enforcement officers, and professional counselors.
Training will focus on crisis intervention to deepen your understanding of sexual as-sault and the major roles of an advocate/counselor. This training addresses on campus sexual assault, male sexual assault, and neurobiology of trauma and assault. Information included also covers military sexual assault reporting and response, services offered to service members and their families along with training and discussion on the continuum of harm. This is accomplished through case studies, role-playing, and other interactive exercises, you will build the basic skills necessary to provide competent, effective crisis intervention services to sexual assault victims/survivors effectively and sensitively. There is no cost to attend.
Reigster with POC on the cc line:
SFC Stephanie Davis
JFHQ Victim Advocate Coordinator
Delaware Army National Guard
Office: (302) 326-7798
Mobile: (302) 319-1767
We are entering the third session of an exciting program for youth in Delaware to participate in:
The Capital Guardian Youth Challenge Academy in Laurel, MD.
As part of this initiative we have a mentor component in which anyone may serve as mentors over the 5-1/2 month Residential Phase and the 12-month Post Residential Phase (17-1/2 months total). All mentors participate in a 4-hour mentor training conducted by the Capital Guardian Youth Challenge Academy staff.
We are currently seeking 15 mentors (possibly more) for the next class which will start in July 2017. The applicants will need mentors to encourage and support them during the residential phase and upon completion of the Youth ChalleNGe program. They will have the opportunity to pursue a college degree, seek employment or join the military.
We hope that you will consider mentoring a cadet. Click the button below to download the mentor application packet for your reference. All mentors are required to get a DC background check.
Mrs. Karen M. Hughes
Youth Challenge Program
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DELAWARE JOINING FORCES …because no single organization can meet all the needs of our Service Members, Veterans and their Families (SMVF), but a community of partners can provide an array of essential services. www.delaware.gov/djf
The mission of the Mental Health Association (MHA) in Delaware promotes improved mental well being for all individuals and families in Delaware through education, support, and advocacy.
See below for upcoming ASIST courses with MHA:
New Castle County
August 31-Sept 1
Nov 30-Dec 1
HOST OF CLASSES – AND POC:
Project Director for Suicide Prevention
Mental Health Association in Delaware
100 W. 10th Street, Suite 600
Wilmington, DE 19801-6604
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TIME: 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
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DOVER — Larence Kirby, executive director of the Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs, addressed the Delaware Veterans Coalition bi-monthly meeting in Kitts Hummock on May 22.
Mr. Kirby explained the multi-faceted role of the commission and its oversight of the Delaware Veterans Home in Milford and the state’s two veterans cemeteries in New Castle and Sussex counties.
“Of Delaware’s 78,000 veterans about 25,000 are Gulf-war era,” he said, “and we are increasingly focusing on their needs as well as on those of our older veterans.”
Mr. Kirby spends many evenings addressing organizations about the commission. He explained that during the past three years its outreach has increased in four areas for recent veterans: Employment; Housing assistance; Mental health services; and Educational opportunities. The Delaware Veterans Trust Fund is also under the Commission, which provides grants to veterans in emergency financial need.
The commission’s 15 members are appointed by Delaware’s governor for a term of three years. They are affiliated with statewide veterans organizations and include several at-large members. Mr. Kirby also addressed the need for more recent era and female Commissioner applicants. Visit www.veteransaffairs.delaware. gov for more information.
The Delaware Veterans Coalition, established in 2011, is a non-partisan, non-profit, volunteer organization that lobbies with elected and other officials on behalf of all generations of Delaware’s veterans. Membership is open to all honorably- discharged veterans residing in Delaware. It meets at 7 p.m. at FOP Lodge #3, Kitts Hummock, on the fourth Monday of every other month beginning in January. Its next meeting will be July 24. Visit www.DelawareVeteransCoalition.com for more information.