Interpersonal abuse education training open to community members

  • Tuesday, October 15, 2019 4:07pm
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Free interpersonal abuse training is available for businesses and community members.

The two-and-a-half hour session will cover prevalence of abuse, types and signs, understanding and recognizing trauma, challenges victims face, how to respond and community resources and referrals.

The training is approved for Washington state teachers clock hours and early childhood educators or caregivers STAR hours.

To learn more or schedule a training, contact Nicole Marley at 360-678-7935 or n.marley@islandcountywa.gov or Julie Spangler at 360-675-7057 or julie@cadacanhelp.org

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