Domestic Violence Advocate Training Program

Training Programs

Domestic Violence Advocate Training:

This training will be for 5 consecutive Saturdays starting in September. Priority will be given to those who can commit to taking one 5 hour crisis call shift twice a month for a minimum of 6 months.

Class Dates are on the following Saturdays below:

Sep. 10, Sep. 17, Sep. 24, Oct. 1, and Oct. 8

Time of each training day will be from 8:30am-5:30pm. Dates and Times are subject to change due to any unforeseen scheduling conflicts.

Training will be via Zoom, but there will be limited space in person. If you would like to attend in person, please let us know as soon as possible.

While the majority of the training will be via Zoom, we will require 4 hours in-person which we will provide you with hands-on training working directly with clients. Additionally, the last day of the training, we will highly recommend you attending in person for 4 hours. All COVID-19 guidelines will be in place for any in-person portions of our training.

The fee for the training will be $35 and is non-refundable.

Pls register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdAJcuBDoPjgNX3_r6_Nt1hHjUjkm4Y93mi72GH3Dtuw0fPqA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Cultural Responsiveness in Serving Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Online Training

With funding from Cal-OES and through its MYLAR (Multi-Year Language Access and Resources) Project, My Sister’s House helped develop aweb-based training on cultural responsiveness for agencies who provide services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. The web-based training defines cultural responsiveness, discusses why it is important and provides practices that can be implemented to improve culturally responsive care. The web-based training is a great resource for organizational leadership and staff alike to improve their cultural responsiveness when providing services to the diverse population of survivors.

Community Outreach & Education

Outreach and Education

The purpose of the community outreach and education program is to raise awareness about the signs of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking in Sacramento’s Asian and Pacific Islander communities and educate community members about services and resources that are available to those survivors and their allies. We work with dozens of agencies and organizations in the Central Valley and regularly facilitate community presentations, participate in media interviews, and partake in community festivals and resource fairs. Each year, My Sister’s House organizes a day-long training institute to educate social service providers from around the state about working with Asian and Pacific Islander survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, and/or sexual assault.  

Speaker Request Form

My Sister’s House is happy to present at events in the community and speak to groups about the work we do while spreading awareness about domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. To request a free presentation on domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual assault or all of the above, please complete and return our Speaker Request Form.

The MYLAR Project also provides in-person trainings for the leadership of victim service agencies. Learn more about our trainings here!