WCCVA's E-learing Webinar Program is a great way to keep up on your training without the time and expense of leaving your office! Webinar trainings keep you in touch with others in the field and ensure that you have the knowledge and skills you need to assist victims of crime!
Live webinars are FREE to EVERYONE, but are supported through memberships and donations!
Lyn has been with DFI since June 2007. Prior to finding a new calling within the financial education outreach programs at DFI, she worked as a reporter, editor and readership editor in the newspaper industry. She has worked in communities large and small throughout the Pacific Northwest and understands that people of all ages from all walks of life want the financial freedom to live the life of their dreams. Working for DFI, she hopes to help Washington residents get the information they need to do just that.
Elder & Vulnerable Adult Abuse
December 5, 2013
10:00 AM PST
Merry O'Brien, MSW, serves as the Director of Special Grants at the Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center, Inc., where she is responsible for administering non-direct service related grants. In this role, she has served as Project Director for the HOPE II program that provides funding for victim service programs that target underserved victims. Ms. O'Brien has also served as host for the 2010 National Day of Remembrance for Homicide Victims Public Forum, founder and chair of the PEACE Coalition, a multidisciplinary group in Maryland dedicated to preventing and responding to elder abuse victims. Most recently, Ms. O'Brien served as Project Director for the National Identity Theft Victims Assistance Network, supported by the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), U.S. Department of Justice.
Gangs and Gang Related Crime
October 28, 2013
In honor of National Crime Victims' Rights Week, please join us for a Free WCCVA Webinar!
Shannon Perez-Darby is the Youth Services Program Manager at The Northwest Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian & Gay Survivors of Abuse. Under her guidance, the NW Network has developed a regional LGBT youth crime victims program. The program serves LGBT youth who experience dating and family violence, sexual assault, trafficking, robbery, harassment, and a host of other victimizations. Bridging her work with youth and youth workers, Shannon has developed an extensive LGBT youth technical assistance project. The project focuses specifically on mandatory reporting issues, support for LGBT youth in the sex trades, and LGBT youth dating violence issues. Shannon has a deep commitment to LGBT youth, which she demonstrates by her support of youth leadership and self-determination.
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