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What Every Social Worker Should Know About Domestic or Intimate Partner Violence- Presented by the North Carolina Chapter
Recognizing and Reducing Barriers to Engaging Survivors and Families Experiencing Domestic Violence allows social workers to engage more effectively when they recognize barriers that may effect outreach to DV survivors. Educating ourselves about DV will help identify survivors and children who may be suffering from undiagnosed trauma due to exposure to DV. Join us on this webinar to gain an understanding about DV and find out about available resources that will help empower families to make informed choices about their options.
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