Current Events:


In partnership with Futures Without Violence we will be hosting one half day training (July 22) and one full day training (July 21); additional information about each training can be found below:

FREE Full-day Health Provider Training

(Strengthening Opportunities for Adolescent Health)

Participants of this training will be better able to:

    • Promote healthy adolescent relationships through universal education in their health settings
    • Provide targeted assessment for adolescent relationship abuse including reproductive coercion
    • Connect patients experiencing violence to community resources
    • Balance adolescent safety and confidentiality with man- dated reporting requirements.
    • Access and provide free evidence based, easy to use adolescent patient education and screening tools

Recommended for primary care and adolescent health providers; school nurses; family planning clinicians, social workers and counselors in health settings, and managers/administrators looking to implement effective evidence based prevention and interventions for adolescent relationship abuse and sexual coercion.

 Register Now
Tuesday, July 21, 2014
Click here to register

Strengthening Opportunities for Adolescent Health PDF

Half-day DV Advocate and Program Administrator Training

(Integrating Health Services into DV Advocacy Programming)

This training will increase: knowledge on the prevalence of reproductive coercion (RC), its impact on health, and strategies to reduce reproductive sabotage; skills for RC screening; strategies for supporting staff exposed to violence, and; partnering with health providers.

Recommended for domestic and sexual violence program administrators, advocates, counselors, social workers, and community allies looking to implement effective evidence based prevention and interventions for reproductive and sexual health.

Register Now
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Click here to register

Integrating Health Services into DV Advocacy Programming PDF

Past Events:

OVW STEP Program Institute on Prevention and Response to Sexual Violence & Stalking, and the Use of Technology in Secondary Schools

June 24, 2014 – June 26, 2014

Compassionate Communities – October 15th, 2013

The convening was dedicated to cultivating interconnected communities to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls, Compassionate Communities Logomen and boys. Engaging and connecting with marginalized and oppressed communities is essential to widening the circle of compassion. In order to create compassionate communities, we think of the person or child who is valued the least, suffers the most, and comes in last, and we put that person, and others like them, at the center of our work. Compassionate Communities draws wisdom from science and diverse social justice movements, and cultivates compassion to create a future without violence.

Change Agent Plenaries PowerPoint’s

Anu Bhagwati PowerPoint

Dacher Keltner PowerPoint

Sujata Warrier PowerPoint

Wendy Olsen PowerPoint

Banner Session Handout

Banner Blast Handouts – Large Print

Banner Blast Handouts


Still have questions regarding the October 15, 2013 Compassionate Communities convening? Please call the Idaho Coalition at 208-384-0419, ext. 308 or toll-free at 1-888-293-6118.