Domestic violence is a social problem that requires community-based strategies to address and eradicate.
In an effort to increase awareness and to support survivors, Daya is pleased to provide training programs to community organizations. These one hour presentations are conducted by a member of Daya's expert staff and can be presented in a variety of settings – from a classroom of 20 to an auditorium of 500.
Daya provides these programs to the community to support survivors, hold abusers accountable, and promote a community-wide zero tolerance attitude towards domestic violence.
Irfana Hussain, Director of Outreach & Volunteer Programs conducts a training.
These programs are offered free of charge and are available to:
Professionals in healthcare, legal and law enforcement
Social service and mental health advocates
Domestic Violence 101: What is Domestic Violence?
Introduction to domestic violence, the different types of abuse, how to recognize, respond & refer for survivors of domestic violence
Domestic Violence 102: Challenges for Immigrant Survivors
Introduction to the unique barriers immigrant survivors of abuse face and the complexities of immigration abuse
Domestic Violence 103: Confidentiality & Ethics
Understanding the confidentiality and ethics of working with survivors of abuse
Sexual Assault 101: What is Sexual Assault?
Learn the facts and debunk the myths about sexual assault & sexual violence
What is Cultural Competency?
Learn what culture means and understand why cultural competency is so important and the best practices for service providers
Dynamics of South Asian Culture
An overview of the South Asian culture and community, and the unique dynamics to consider when working with South Asian survivors of abuse
Please complete the training request form to to schedule a session for your organization.