DV-alert: Frontline Workers & Domestic Violence
Sometimes a frontline worker is the first person someone shares their story with – the first person someone shares their emotional pain with.
DV-alert gives frontline workers the tools to go on that journey.
DV-alert connects the dots, giving you the tools and confidence to assist anyone impacted by family violence in the most appropriate way.
Women living with domestic and family violence often make decisions based on lack of choice. You are there to listen, believe and validate. We look at safety planning, guiding clients to take the lead.
Frontline workers tell us that they leave the program feeling empowered and motivated to be the change they want to see in their community.
Mark Richards, DV-alert Trainer