Thank you to everyone that attended this amazing training!
COMMUNITY PARTNERS AND FRIENDS
On behalf of Hyde County Hotline, Inc., I am pleased to invite key staff from your organization to participate in a special training opportunity aimed at building greater understanding, trust and cooperation with Latinos in our community. Recognizing the significant challenges and opportunities our rapidly shifting demographics bring to domestic violence shelters and social service agencies throughout North Carolina, the Serving Latinos training offers interested agencies (domestic violence shelters, health agencies, schools, law enforcement, etc.) crucial cultural competency training, and best practices for service, education, and outreach to our newest Latino neighbors on issues related to domestic violence prevention and social service.
The Serving Latinos training will take place on Thursday, June 16th from 10am – 3pm at the Hyde County Government Center.
This free, multi-media, interactive training is funded by the North Carolina Council for Women, and is provided by FaithAction International House, a nonprofit located in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina. FaithAction serves thousands of new immigrants each year, while educating and connecting our diverse community across lines of culture and faith – turning strangers into neighbors! You can learn more about their work at www.faithaction.org.
The training includes:
- Immigration 101: Myth vs. Fact
- Understanding Latino Culture and Building Trust and Cooperation with DV victims and advocates
- Between Worlds: Immigrants and Domestic Violence Video Documentary (Lunch)
- Best Practices for DV Prevention Outreach and Education with Latinos
- Identifying Local/Regional Resources and Next Steps
*Please note that lunch and snacks will be provided for training participants.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by June 2, 2016 if you are interested in joining us.
Hyde County Hotline works against domestic violence in rural Hyde County. They’re a great cause and I want to support them. And I love to run. So on March 12 I will run around the eastern half of Mattamuskeet Lake to promote Hotline and hopefully raise a little money for their work. Please donate if you can!
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