Manhattan Family Justice Center Core Training

Please see below a bulletin from Sarah Flatto, Director, Programs & Outreach, NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan
80 Centre St. 5th Floor New York, NY 10013
Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence
o. 212 602-2857 | c. 646 280 8015
[email protected] |

The Manhattan Family Justice Center is happy to announce our next round of
core trainings. Our training program provides professional
development for service providers, community leaders, and city agencies
on relevant topics regarding intimate partner violence, sex trafficking,
and elder abuse.

Please feel free to share widely.  All trainings are free and located at the MFJC: 80 Centre Street, 5th Floor Training Room.


Domestic Violence Dialogue
Facilitated by FJC Admin Staff, Monday, 1/11 10am-1pm

Risk Assessment & Safety Planning
Facilitated by Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence Staff, Tuesday, 1/12 10am-1pm

Cultural Conversations
Facilitated by FJC Admin Staff, Wednesday, 1/13 1pm-4pm

Criminal Justice Responses to DV
Facilitated by Manhattan DA’s Office & NYPD, Thursday, 1/14 10am-1 pm

Economic Empowerment
Facilitated by FJC Admin Staff, Friday, 1/15 10am-1pm

Immigrant Eligibility for Public Benefits
Facilitated by FJC Admin Staff, Friday, 1/15 1pm–4pm

Elder Abuse
Facilitated by JASA,Tuesday, 1/19 11am-1pm

Commercial Sexual Exploitation & Trafficking
Facilitated by GEMS, Tuesday, 1/19 2pm-5pm

Immigration Law
Facilitated by NY Legal Assistance Group & Sanctuary for Families, Wednesday, 10/20 10am-1pm

Family & Matrimonial Law
Facilitated by Urban Justice Center, Thursday, 1/21 11am-2pm

Housing & Shelter Options for Survivors
Facilitated by New Destiny Housing, Friday, 1/22 10am-1pm

Asian American & Pacific Islander Initiative, Teach for America NYC Leadership Summit February 19 – February 20, 2016

The Teach For America Midwest region will host selected students to attend the Asian American and Pacific Islander Leadership Summit (AAPILS), whose mission is to cultivate and increase the leadership skills of AAPI undergraduate students. Teach For America is uniquely positioned to make a difference in the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. While AAPIs comprise nearly 5 percent of the total enrollment in public elementary and secondary schools, they represent less than 1.5 percent of the teachers. AAPILS will drive the work of engaging undergraduate students in partnership with regional and national organizations that focus on working with and serving the AAPI community. Click here to apply.

See the event on Facebook. Download details of this event. For more information, contact Justin Tandingan.

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