The Manhattan Family Justice Center is happy to announce upcoming special trainings. The 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.
Wednesday, 2/24 2-5 pm
Mental Health & Clients in Emotional Distress
Facilitated by STEPS to End Family Violence
- Responding to clients in emotional distress
- De-escalation and crisis counseling
- Assessing suicidality
- PTSD and trauma response
- Mental health resources in NYC
Tuesday, 3/8 10 am – 12 pm
Youth and Dating Abuse
Facilitated by Day One
- Dating abuse among youth and its impact
- K-12 prevention education
- Risk factors/red flags that youth will enter abusive relationships in the future
- Mandated reporting and dating abuse
- Legal rights of youth
Tuesday, 3/15 11 am – 2 pm
Family Planning with Implications for Reproductive Coercion
Facilitated by Planned Parenthood
- Describing the range of birth control methods available, including how they work, effectiveness, advantages and disadvantages of each method
- Key risk reduction messages related to birth control and reproductive coercion
Child Support 101
Facilitated by HRA Office of Child Support Enforcement & Sanctuary for Families
Tuesday, 3/29 2-4 pm
- Petitioning for a child support order
- Support collection
- Services for custodial and noncustodial parents
If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Flatto at firstname.lastname@example.org
For Immediate Release
Feb. 14, 2016
For More Information, Contact:
Brett Schuster, Communications Manager
NAPABA Extends Condolences on the Passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
WASHINGTON — The National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) extends its sincere condolences to the family of United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who unexpectedly passed away Saturday morning in Texas. Justice Scalia, who served on the Supreme Court for 30 years, was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1986.
“Justice Scalia’s contribution to the United States and legal jurisprudence was immense,” said NAPABA President Jin Y. Hwang. “I had the opportunity to observe Supreme Court oral arguments as a law student and meet with Justice Scalia afterwards, and his intelligence, marked wit, and strong devotion to originalism left an indelible impression on me. He freely spoke his mind on the bench, and he will be remembered for his nearly 30 years of dedicated public service on the Supreme Court.”
The National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA) is the national association of Asian Pacific American attorneys, judges, law professors, and law students. NAPABA represents the interests of nearly 50,000 attorneys and over 75 national, state, and local Asian Pacific American bar associations. Its members include solo practitioners, large firm lawyers, corporate counsel, legal services and non-profit attorneys, and lawyers serving at all levels of government.
NAPABA continues to be a leader in addressing civil rights issues confronting Asian Pacific American communities. Through its national network of committees and affiliates, NAPABA provides a strong voice for increased diversity of the federal and state judiciaries, advocates for equal opportunity in the workplace, works to eliminate hate crimes and anti-immigrant sentiment, and promotes the professional development of people of color in the legal profession.