CCFV offers training for domestic violence victim advocates
October 8, 2020
Interested in becoming an advocate for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault? Join Crook County Family Violence (CCFV) and the Crook County Attorney’s Victim Witness Program in a training course that provides the key skills necessary to offer support.
CORE Rural Advocacy training is a free and interactive 32-hour training, says Kayleigh Gould, CCFV.
“This training is meant for anyone who would like to either work or volunteer for any domestic/sexual violence (DV/SA) agency in the State of Wyoming,” says Gould.
“In other words, all new hires and volunteers cannot have any...
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