Safe, Strong, and Sober:
Domestic Violence and Substance Use Training Program for Service Providers
The Safe, Strong, and Sober Program is designed to improve our statewide response to domestic violence and substance use in our community. We provide one of a kind training and professional development to better prepare substance use treatment providers, health care practitioners, and domestic violence service providers statewide to identify and address the link between domestic violence and substance use in their practices and programs. We value the crucial role all service providers play in keeping our island families safe and want to support their continued education and skill building.
We can also provide the following after your staff attends training:
- Debriefing sessions to support new procedures.
- Expert domestic violence consultation for high risk cases.
- Local resources to refer clients or patients to.
- Materials for your staff to display and/or distribute in their practice (posters, brochures, signage, handouts, etc.)
*A stipend may be available for a limited number of programs or practices that have 60% or more of their staff complete training.
For more information or to schedule your Safe, Strong, and Sober training today, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Safe, Strong, and Sober program is supported by the Office on Women’s Health.