Why I Can’t Do My Hours!     Understanding  Domestic Violence   Workforce Professional    Development AcademyJeanne Radema...
What is Abuse ?PhysicalEmotionalSexualEconomical
Just the Facts!
Facts about Domestic Violence Every year, an estimated 2-4 million women of all races  and classes are battered by a spou...
Operator:   911, What is the emergency?Caller:     Yeah, I just shot my girlfriend.Operator:   You shot her?Caller:     Ye...
Caller:     I don’t know. It doesn’t really            matter. You need to come get her.Operator:   Okay, What is your nam...
Operator:   Okay. Let me transfer you to            EVAC. Can you, can you stay                on the line and tell themwh...
The Children
Another Reason
The Children are Watching!
Working with the Abused         IndividualSafetySupportAbuseRecover
Working with the Abused         IndividualSafety  Safety of the victim and their children MUST be a priority  Discuss opti...
Working with the Abused        IndividualSupport Support Their Decisions Must be Non-Judgmental
Working with the Abused        IndividualAbuse Discuss the different forms of abuse with the victim Discuss the Power and ...
Working with the Abused        IndividualRecover Safety Empowerment Support System Freedom Special Needs
Why do the Abused Stay ?FearLovePityEconomicsLow Self-EsteemReligious BeliefsChildren
Domestic Abuse Council, Inc.             Programs and Services 24 Hour Crisis Line     Emergency Shelter       1-800-500...
Be Smart!
Workforce academy dv 2012
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Workforce academy dv 2012
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Workforce academy dv 2012
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    1. 1. Why I Can’t Do My Hours! Understanding Domestic Violence Workforce Professional Development AcademyJeanne Rademacher, CWDP, JSS, JCTC, JCDC Training Initiatives, Inc.
    2. 2. What is Abuse ?PhysicalEmotionalSexualEconomical
    3. 3. Just the Facts!
    4. 4. Facts about Domestic Violence Every year, an estimated 2-4 million women of all races and classes are battered by a spouse or intimate partner in the United States. -There’s No Excuse Each year, more than one million women seek medical treatment for injuries by husbands, ex-husbands, and boyfriends. -”Facts on Domestic Violence” Abused women comprise approximately 20% of women presenting with injury to hospital emergency services. -International Journal of Health Services
    5. 5. Operator: 911, What is the emergency?Caller: Yeah, I just shot my girlfriend.Operator: You shot her?Caller: Yeah, I did.Operator: Where?Caller: In South Daytona.Operator: Okay. 2050 S. Ridgewood, B23?Caller: Yeah.Operator: Where is she at now?Caller: She’s right here.Operator: What area was she shot in?
    6. 6. Caller: I don’t know. It doesn’t really matter. You need to come get her.Operator: Okay, What is your name?Caller: Alvin Watson.Operator: Albert? Are you going to stay there Albert?Caller: I ain’t going nowhere.Operator: Why did you shoot her, Albert?Caller: ‘Cause I had to.Operator: Why did you have to, were you having a fight?Caller: Yeah.
    7. 7. Operator: Okay. Let me transfer you to EVAC. Can you, can you stay on the line and tell themwhere..Caller: No, you just send somebody to come get her, okay.Operator: We’re on our way. (Phone is placed down)Caller: See what you done. The sound of two rounds being chambered in a gun.
    8. 8. The Children
    9. 9. Another Reason
    10. 10. The Children are Watching!
    11. 11. Working with the Abused IndividualSafetySupportAbuseRecover
    12. 12. Working with the Abused IndividualSafety Safety of the victim and their children MUST be a priority Discuss options- learn what local resources are available Develop a safety plan
    13. 13. Working with the Abused IndividualSupport Support Their Decisions Must be Non-Judgmental
    14. 14. Working with the Abused IndividualAbuse Discuss the different forms of abuse with the victim Discuss the Power and Control Wheel
    15. 15. Working with the Abused IndividualRecover Safety Empowerment Support System Freedom Special Needs
    16. 16. Why do the Abused Stay ?FearLovePityEconomicsLow Self-EsteemReligious BeliefsChildren
    17. 17. Domestic Abuse Council, Inc. Programs and Services 24 Hour Crisis Line  Emergency Shelter 1-800-500-1119 Program Transitional Housing  Individual Group Program Education/Support “Hugs & Love”  Community Education Family Violence & Professional Training Intervention Program  Victim Court Advocate Program
    18. 18. Be Smart!
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