NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan (MFJC) Core I Training: November 2019

The NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan (MFJC) is excited to announce its next round of CORE trainings. The CORE training series is a learning opportunity for service providers, community leaders, and city agency staff who are working with populations directly or indirectly affected by intimate partner violence, sex trafficking, and/or elder abuse.

All CORE trainings listed below are free and will take place at the Manhattan FJC, 80 Centre Street, 5th Floor Training Room, Manhattan, 10013. Space is limited. Please bring a photo I.D. and plan to arrive 15-20 minutes early to avoid security delays. 

To register, click on the following link: https://a002-irm.nyc.gov/Event
Registration/RegForm.aspx?eventGuid=e2857872-8011-4932-815c-6e18b86b2d3d

Once a training disappears from the link above, it has reached it maximum number of participants that the NYC MFJC can accommodate in its training room.

Contact Indhira Castro directly at indhirac@fjcnyc.org if you have any issues registering.

Intimate Partner Violence Dialogues
Monday, November 4th,  2019
10:00AM-12:00PM
Facilitated by: Arab-American Family

Cultural Conversations
Monday November 4th, 2019
1:00PM – 3:00PM
Facilitated by: Arab-American Family

Risk Assessment & Safety Planning
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
10:00AM-12:00PM
Facilitated by: Safe Horizon

Engaging Trauma Survivors
Wednesday November 13, 2019
10:00AM- 1:00PM
Facilitated by: Mayor’s Office to end Domestic and Gender Based Violence

Intimate Partner Violence in the LGBTQ+ Community
Wednesday November 13, 2019                           
2:00AM- 5:00PM
Facilitated by: Mayor’s Office to end Domestic and Gender Based Violence

Introduction to Elder Abuse
November 18, 2019 
2:00PM- 4:30PM
Facilitated by: The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Center for Elder Justice

Sex Trafficking
November 18, 2019
10:00AM – 12:30PM
Facilitated by: Safe Horizon

NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan (MFJC): Core Trainings, July 2019

The NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan is excited to announce their next round of CORE II trainings. The NYC MFJC CORE II training series is a learning opportunity for service providers, community leaders, and city agency staff who are working with populations directly or indirectly affected by intimate partner violence, sex trafficking, and/or elder abuse. 

All CORE trainings listed below are free and will take place at the Manhattan FJC, 80 Centre Street, 5th Floor Training Room, Manhattan, 10013. Please click here to register. 

Once a training disappears from the link above, it has reached it maximum number of participants that the NYC MFJC can accommodate in its training room. 

Contact Indhira Castro directly at indhirac@fjcnyc.org if you have any issues registering.

Criminal Justice Response to Intimate Partner Violence Survivors
Monday, July 8th 2019
10:00 – 12:30 PM
Facilitated by: New York County District Attorney’s Office and NYPD

Suicide Assessment
Monday July 15th , 2019
10:00-12:00 PM
Facilitated by: Health + Hospitals

Housing Options for Intimate Partner Violence Survivors
Tuesday July 16th 2019
11:00-1:00 PM
Facilitated by: New Destiny

Shelter Options for Intimate Partner Violence Survivors
Tuesday July 16th 2019
2:00-4:30 PM
Facilitated by: Safe Horizon

Introduction Family & Matrimonial Law
Wednesday July 24th 2019
10:00-1:00 PM
Facilitated by Legal Aid Society

Immigration Law for Intimate Partner Violence Survivors
Thursday July 25th 2019
10:00 – 1:00 PM
Facilitated by: NLAG &NMIC

Economic Empowerment
Tuesday July 30th 2019
2:00-4:30 PM
Facilitated by: Mayor’s Office to End Domestic and Gender-Based Violence

NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan (MFJC): Core I Training, June 2019

The NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan is excited to announce their next round of CORE I trainings. The CORE training series is a learning opportunity for service providers, community leaders, and city agency staff who are working with populations directly or indirectly affected by intimate partner violence, sex trafficking, and/or elder abuse. Please follow the link here for training dates and times.

All CORE trainings listed are free and will take place at the Manhattan FJC, 80 Centre Street, 5th Floor Training Room, Manhattan, 10013. Once the CORE training is no longer listed or available to select, it has reached maximum capacity of participants. For more information, contact Indhira Castro at IndhiraC@fjcnyc.org.

MFJC Advance Training Announcement

NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan (MFJC) Advanced Training Offerings: May-June 2019

The Manhattan FJC is excited to announce our next round of advanced training offerings. 

Please click here to register for each training you are interested in attending. All training is FREE and provide professional development for service providers, community leaders, and City agencies on relevant topics regarding intimate partner violence, sex trafficking and elder abuse.

Thursday, May 30, 10:00am-12:00pm, Tech Abuse
Facilitated by National Network to End Domestic Violence

Thursday, May 30th, 1:00pm-4:00pm, Conducting a Nuanced and Holistic Assessment in Intimate Partner Violence Cases.
Facilitated by: Facilitated by Steps to End Family Violence
Thursday, June 6, 10:00am-1:00pm, Consumer Law
Facilitated by: CAMBA

All trainings take place at: 
80 Centre Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10013

Space is limited. Please bring a photo I.D. and plan to arrive 15-20 minutes early to avoid security delays.

For more information, questions about the registration link, or to add any colleagues to the MFJC trainings list, please email Indhira Castro at indhirac@fjcnyc.org.

NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan(MFJC) Training: Core I and II Training November/December 2018

NYC Family Justice Center, Manhattan(MFJC) Training: Core I and II Training November/December 2018

MFJC Core Trainings Series

From the Manhattan Family Justice Center:

The Manhattan Family Justice Center is pleased to announce our next round of Core  I and II trainings series for the months of June and July 2018.  The MFJC Core Trainings Program was created to provide trainings on the most relevant topics for service providers, community-based leaders and city agencies working with victims and survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV), sex trafficking and/or elder abuse. Please Click here to register.

If you plan to attend more than one of the scheduled sessions, you must select each one.  Once the training is no longer listed or available to select, it has reached maximum capacity of participants.

MFJC Core I trainings Spring 2018

Intimate Partner Violence  (IPV 101)

Facilitated by Arab American Family Support Center
Monday, June 4, 10:00-1:00PM

Risk Assessment and Safety Planning

Facilitated by Safe Horizon
Monday June 4, 2:00-4:00PM

IPV in the LGBTQ + Community

Facilitated by NYC Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence
Wednesday June 6, 10:00-1:00PM

Cultural Conversations: Tools for Supportive Practice

Facilitated by Arab American Family Support Center
Monday June 11, 10:00-12:00PM

Elder Abuse

Facilitated by Carter Burden Network
Thursday June 14, 10:00-12:00PM

Engaging Trauma Survivor

Facilitated by NYC Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence
Monday June 25 1:00-4:00PM

MFCJ Core II Spring Trainings 2018

Affordable Housing & Shelter Options for Intimate Partner Violence Survivors

Facilitated by New Destiny and Safe Horizon
Monday July 9, 1:00-4:00 PM

Affordable Housing & Shelter Options for Intimate Partner Violence Survivors

Facilitated by New Destiny and Safe Horizon
Monday July 9, 1:00-4:00 PM

Criminal Justice Response to Intimate Partner Violence

Facilitated by New York City Police Department and the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office
Monday July 11, 10:00-1:00 PM

Intro to Sex Trafficking

Facilitated by Womankind
Wednesday July 25, 10:00-12:00PM

Introduction to Family & Matrimonial Law

Facilitated by Legal Aid Society  
Thursday July 26, 10:00-12:30 PM

Economic Empowerment for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence

Facilitated by NYC Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence
Thursday July 26, 1:00-3:00 PM

Introduction to Immigration Law

Facilitated by NYLAG and NMIC
Tuesday July 31, 10:00-1:00PM

Space is limited. Please bring a photo I.D. and plan to arrive 15-20 minutes early to avoid security delays. For any questions about the registration link or to add any colleagues to the MFJC trainings list, please email Indhira Castro at IndhiraC@fjcnyc.org

Manhattan Family Justice Center Core Trainings

The Manhattan Family Justice Center is happy to announce its next round of core 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.

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

Click here to register now!

  • DV Dialogue
    • Facilitated by MFJC Admin Staff
    • Monday 9/14 2-5 pm
  • Risk Assessment & Safety Planning
    • Facilitated by Safe Horizon
    • Tuesday 9/15 11 am – 4 pm *Intro from 11 am – 1 pm, Focus on Cyber Safety from 2 pm – 4 pm*
  • Cultural Conversations
    • Facilitated by FJC Admin Staff
    • Friday, 9/18 10 am – 1 pm
  • Criminal Justice Responses to DV
    • Facilitated by the Manhattan DA’s Office and NYPD
    • Monday, 9/21 2-5 pm
  • Housing & Shelter Options for Survivors
    • Facilitated by New Destiny Housing, FJC Staff
    • Tuesday, 9/22 10 am – 4 pm *Please note this will be a full-day training*
  • Self-Sufficiency & Economic Empowerment
    • Facilitated by FJC Admin Staff
    • Wednesday, 9/23 10 am – 1 pm
  • Elder Abuse
    • Facilitated by Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse *Please note CLE may be granted for this training pending approval*
    • Thursday, 9/24 10 am – 12 pm
  • Immigration Law & Remedies for DV Survivors
    • Facilitated by NY Legal Assistance Group & Sanctuary for Families
    • Friday, 9/25 10 am – 1 pm
  • Family & Matrimonial Law
    • Facilitated by Sanctuary for Families
    • Thursday, 10/1 10 am – 1 pm
  • Sex Trafficking: Focus on Teen Dating Violence
    • Facilitated by Day One
    • Date TBD

If you have any questions or would like more details, please contact Sarah Flatto. Her contact information is below:

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
Office: 212-602-2857
Cell: 646-280-8015
sarahf@fjnyc.org
www.nyc.gov/domesticviolence

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From the Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence: Upcoming Manhattan Family Justice Center Trainings

Upcoming Manhattan Family Justice Center Trainings:

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Ø  Spotting Consumer Debt Issues and Referring Survivors to Available Resources for Help

Friday, April 25th 3-5 pm

Facilitated by Feerick Center for Social Justice, Fordham Law School

  • Overview of consumer debt crisis in New York City
  • Impact of consumer debt on survivors
  • Importance of building financial self-sufficiency
  • Safety implications of credit reporting and consumer debt advocacy
  • Screening for consumer credit and consumer debt issues
  • Overview of consumer debt resources for domestic violence survivors

Ø  How to File Family Offense Petitions Online

Monday, April 28th 12-1 pm

Tuesday, April 29th 12-1 pm

Facilitated by Urban Justice Center and Safe Horizon

  • How advocates can become an approved group to have access to the Family Offense Petition program
  • How to use the system most effectively to help your clients
  • Legal underpinnings, language, and logistics of petitions, including how to prep client
  • Types of relief, when to file a petition, what to include in the petition

Ø  Elder Abuse: What You Need to Know

Wednesday, April 30th 1-4 pm

Facilitated by Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, JASA, and Weinberg Center for Elder Abuse Prevention

Featuring NYC Department for the Aging, HRA Adult Protective Services, NYC Elder Abuse Center, Council of Senior Centers & Services, Carter Burden Center for the Aging, and Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging

  • How to support healthy aging within the context of family violence
  • The unique features of elder abuse and how it differs from working with younger victims
  • Criminal and civil remedies and the role of the District Attorney’s office in elder abuse cases
  • Valuable elder abuse community resources and the types of assistance they provide

Ø  Expert Dialogue on Trafficking: Improving the Identification and Support of Victims

Friday, May 2nd 1-4 pm

Facilitated by GEMS, Department of Homeland Security, Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, Restore, Sanctuary for Families

  • How to identify human and sex trafficking: defining the law and crime, indicators, dispelling myths
  • An overview of services and remedies
  • Intersections of trafficking, domestic violence and abuse
  • Client-centered and trauma-informed approaches, survivor engagement and leadership
  • Recommendations for improved interdisciplinary collaboration and service delivery

All trainings will be held in the MFJC Training Room at 80 Centre Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10013. When you arrive in the lobby, say you are here for the Family Justice Center training. Turn left once you step off the elevators.

Save the Dates! Upcoming Manhattan Family Justice Center Trainings

  • Consumer Credit and Debt Issues for IPV Survivors
          Friday, April 25th 3-5 pm
 
  • How to File Family Offense Petitions Online
          Monday, April 28th 12-1 pm
          Tuesday, April 29th 12-1 pm
 
  • Elder Abuse: What You Need to Know
          Wednesday, April 30th 1-4pm
 
  • Improving the Identification and Support of Sex Trafficking Victims
          Friday, May 2nd 1-4 pm
 
All trainings will be held in the MFJC Training Room at 80 Centre Street 5th Floor, New York, NY 10013. 

Questions? Contact Sarah Flatto.

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
(212) 602-2857 | (212) 602-2800
sarahf@fjcnyc.org | www.nyc.gov/domesticviolence