Domestic Abuse Training with SADA (Survivors Against Domestic Abuse)

About this event

Survivors Against Domestic Abuse (SADA) is a ground-breaking service that provides advice, guidance and support to individuals and their families who are or have experienced domestic abuse.

The service encourages and empowers victims and survivors to make decisions that are right for them, which could include applying for orders against perpetrators, fleeing an area or actively seeking support during the relationship.

The training is a half-day session that looks at what domestic abuse is, the signs and the support that is offered to survivors. It looks to raise awareness of what domestic abuse is by highlighting key statistics, facts and case studies regarding domestic abuse survivors.

It provides an in depth look into the key points regarding practical and legal support offered to victims as well as education individuals about safety planning, the DASH risk assessment and other tools that SADA use.

You will be emailed the zoom information close to the time of the training