Violence Free Colorado provides training for Violence Free Colorado members and their communities, affiliated professionals, governmental and human service systems, and for the public on occasion. Training is based on best and promising practices that are grounded in feminist-based, trauma-informed advocacy. An anti-violence, anti-oppression framework is woven throughout all Violence Free Colorado training.
We have canceled the following training(s) due to concerns of COVID-19:
[CANCELED]: “Foundational Advocacy Skills: Best Practices for Training Staff and Volunteers in Community-Based Domestic Violence Programs,” originally scheduled April 15-17, 2020.
Questions about trainings, or COVID-19? Email us at email@example.com.
The annual Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference
As of March 18, 2020 the conference will proceed as planned. Visit coloradoadvocacy.org for more information and regular updates.
This conference is a reasonably priced training event open to advocates, affiliated professionals, and the public. It is a multi-day event provided in partnership with the Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault that focuses on domestic violence, sexual assault, and intersecting issues through multiple workshops and keynote/plenary speakers. Presenters and speaker are recognized experts in their field on both a statewide and national level.
Violence Free Colorado has four geographically-based regions and provides two opportunities annually for Violence Free Colorado members to meet and receive training and or technical assistance from Violence Free Colorado staff. The meetings are centrally located within the regions, however; Region 4 entirely encompasses Colorado’s western slope and therefore holds two additional meetings; southwest and northwest.