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    • 1. Why I Can’t Do My Hours! Understanding Domestic Violence Workforce Professional Development AcademyJeanne Rademacher, CWDP, JSS, JCTC, JCDC Training Initiatives, Inc.
    • 2. What is Abuse ?PhysicalEmotionalSexualEconomical
    • 3. Just the Facts!
    • 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. 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. 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. 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. The Children
    • 9. Another Reason
    • 10. The Children are Watching!
    • 11. Working with the Abused IndividualSafetySupportAbuseRecover
    • 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. Working with the Abused IndividualSupport Support Their Decisions Must be Non-Judgmental
    • 14. Working with the Abused IndividualAbuse Discuss the different forms of abuse with the victim Discuss the Power and Control Wheel
    • 15. Working with the Abused IndividualRecover Safety Empowerment Support System Freedom Special Needs
    • 16. Why do the Abused Stay ?FearLovePityEconomicsLow Self-EsteemReligious BeliefsChildren
    • 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. Be Smart!

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