Training and Technical Assistance

Through PCADV’s Training Institute, our staff provides training and technical assistance on domestic violence and related issues, including systems response.

Examples of training topics include (but are not limited to):

  • Victims and survivors with disabilities
  • Housing access for victims and survivors
  • Intimate partner violence in later life
  • Health impacts of domestic violence
  • Tactics used by abusers
  • Workplace violence
  • Prevention and healthy relationships
  • The impact of domestic violence on children
  • Abuse and the LGBTQ+ community

We provide training for:

  • Attorneys
  • Employers
  • Educators
  • Faith Leaders
  • Health Care Providers
  • Law Enforcement and Prosecutors
  • Judges and Court Personnel
  • Rural Professionals
  • Social Services Professionals
  • Victim Services Advocates
  • and more

*Please note that PCADV does not provide one-on-one trainings. If you are an advocate or volunteer looking for domestic violence training, please contact the local program in your area.

Convenient Access to Training

PCADV offers a number of standard training opportunities and can also create tailored training packages to meet your needs.

We offer in-person training at our Harrisburg headquarters, which is centrally located with easy access to major highways. We can also send training staff to your office or designated site. Additionally, we offer several recorded webinars.

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