AOD workers have an essential role in identifying, responding and referring victims/survivors of domestic and family violence (DFV). This short introductory webinar supports participants to develop and build upon their skills to best assist victims/survivors experiencing DFV. The webinar will outline good practice responses that identify risk and build safety and support making appropriate referrals. This webinar is a precursor for other domestic and family violence workshops offered by ECAV, who provide state-wide face to face workshops and virtual training programs on a range of DFV practice issues.
Presenter Wendy Frost, NSW Health Education Centre Against Violence
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