This email is for any media outlets that would like to cover the event on 9/22/17. There are currently 150 participants. We had a huge response to this training and actually have a waiting list of people who would like to come. Please see below for location and event details.
The training will be held Friday, September 22, 2017 at Vincennes University. This event is made possible by Good Samaritan Hospital Emergency Services, Hope’s Voice under Children and Family Services, Restored, INC, and Voices United under Vincennes University.
The training was open to anyone who works or plans to work in Social Services, Mental Health, Medical Services (nurses, physicians, dentistry, etc…). Professionals who are involved in investigations or victim response: law enforcement, campus professionals, victim advocates, prosecutors, counselors, SANEs, and others in similar role. Our expert trainers are: Tracey McDaniel, MSW, LSW, CEO/Founder of Restored, Inc and Kimberly Dowling, Judge Delaware Circuit Court 2. I have attached a flyer for more details.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. For more information about Hope’s Voice and news, follow us on Facebook: Hope’s Voice of Knox County and Twitter: @HopesVoice_CFS
Hope’s Voice Director
105 Broadway AVe
Vincennes, IN 47591
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