The Violence Against Women Act and Indian Child Welfare Act Training
AUGUST 3-5, 2022
Noojimo’iwewin means healing others, healing of the mind and body as well as illness
Mending the Circle
Healing the Whole Community
The 2022 Noojimo'iwewin features a series of
hands-on training units
Each unit focuses on a topic related to violence and provides tools to support community healing. Engaging, expert faculty facilitate each unit which has been designed to help advocates, providers, and legal professionals implement effective service strategies.
Working with and Interviewing Victims of Violence: Adults, Children, and Elders
Elder Abuse in Indian Country
Jurisdiction in Domestic Violence, Child Welfare, and Elder Abuse in Indian Country
Domestic Violence and Child Welfare in State and Tribal Courts
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Materials and post-training recordings are available on Whova
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This course is approved by the Minnesota Continuing Legal Education for 13 credits (including 2 Elimination of Bias credits and 2 Ethics credits).
This course is approved by the NASW-Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative
Approval # 080222-01
# CE Hours approved: 13
Social Workers who intend on receiving CEUs must
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Complete each day's survey
After the training, directly contact TWG and provide your