The ANDVSA Training Projects seeks to provide training and technical assistance to advocates providing community education and advocacy.
Brittany Luddington, ANDVSA’s new Training Project Director, is a national trainer addressing the intersection between domestic violence, sexual assault and substance use issues.
- Basic and advanced training for domestic violence and sexual assault advocates
- Specialized training on domestic violence, sexual assault and multiple abuse issues for advocates, community agencies and law enforcement.
To schedule an ANDVSA training call: 907-586-3650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can view upcoming trainings provided by ANDVSA and partner agencies by clicking here.
To access Real Tools: Responding to Multi-Abuse Trauma- A Tool Kit to Help Advocates and Community Partners Better Serve People With Multiple Issues, click here.
The purpose of ANDVSA’s Legal Project is to increase the ability of victims of domestic violence and sexual assault to effectively access and participate in the civil and criminal justice system by providing legal advocacy training and support for advocates and providing free legal representation for qualified victims. The Legal Project works collaboratively with its 18 member programs and three affiliate programs as well as other legal service providers across the state, including the Alaska Immigration Justice Project, Alaska Legal Services, and the Alaska Native Justice Center. ANDVSA’s Legal Project provides training, technical assistance, and resource materials to advocates across the state. Our Pro Bono program, a component of our Legal Project, provides direct civil legal assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, through either staff attorneys of volunteer attorneys.
If you are a victim looking for legal assistance, please click here.
If you are an advocate looking for technical assistance, legal information, and resources, please click here.
If you are an attorney who would like to volunteer or who needs resources, please click here.
Preventing Violence and Promoting Respect in Alaska
We learn respect from many places and people in our lives, therefore it takes many people working together to model, teach, and create communities that promote respect in relationships. By building communities of respect together we can stop violence before it ever starts. The full Pathways to Prevent Domestic Violence: A Plan for Alaska 2010 – 2016 can be viewed by clicking the photo on the left. By clicking on the photo on the right, you can access updates to this plan: Pathways, 2014.
On the prevention pages you will be able to find out more about the Pathways to Prevention Statewide Steering Committee, Statewide Campaigns, and what you can do to get involved. You will also find links to the prevention efforts of men, women, youth, professionals, domestic violence and sexual assault programs, parents, and other community members.
- Community Prevention
- Pathways State-wide Prevention
- Youth Engagement
- Engaging Men
- School-Based Prevention
- Community Partners and Professionals
- Addressing Root Causes of Violence
- Additional Resources