Safehope in conjunction with the Harvey County Coordinated Community Response Team (CCR) is excited to work with nationally acclaimed advocate, Kit Gruelle, to facilitate a training on CCR; covering how a CCR can engage and improve collaboration with agencies and the community served to ensure survivors receive access to the range of services they need, feel empowered to come forward and report by working with all agencies and support of the community.
The course is titled: Building & Enhancing a Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Abuse: Everyone Counts and will be held Friday, September 30, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Lunch 12 – 1, on your own) at 115 Old Main Street in Newton, Kansas. the cost is $35 per participant.
Kit Gruelle is a nationally recognized expert, advocate, and survivor with over 30 years of experience in working with domestic violence.
Who should attend? Law Enforcement, Court Administration, Legal Professionals, Healthcare Providers, Educators and Students, Advocates, Clergy, Social Services, and any other community member interested in improving safety for victims of domestic abuse and increasing accountability for the perpetrators.