The Violence Against Women Act and Indian Child Welfare Act Training
AUGUST 2-4, 2023
Noojimo’iwewin means healing others, healing of the mind and body as well as illness
The 2023 Noojimo'iwewin features a series of
panels and hands-on training units
Each session provides tools to support community healing. Engaging, expert faculty facilitate each session which has been designed to help advocates, providers, and legal professionals implement effective service strategies.
Best Practices In Motion:
Growing Into Our Best System
Working With Survivors
The Brackeen Decision
Healing to Wellness Courts
Innovations in Tribal Court Practices
How To Partner with Law Enforcement in Domestic Violence Cases
Working with your Local Tribal (and non-Tribal) Domestic Violence Coalition
WHAT IS WHOVA?
Register, see the agenda, speaker details, and presentation materials, plus get to know in-person and virtual attendees through Community Discussion Boards and icebreakers all on the event app, Whova!
Your one stop shop for all things training
CLE and CEU credits are pending submission and approval.
This course is approved by the Minnesota Board of Continuing Legal Education for 10.50 credits (standard).
This course is approved by NASW-Michigan
Course Title: Best Practices in Motion: Growing Into Our Best Systems
Approval Number: 071723-00
CE Hours approved: 10.5
Type of Course: Hybrid
Social Workers who intend on receiving CEUs must
Download Whova to participate in Q&A
Complete each day's survey
After the training, directly contact TWG and provide your