Technical assistance (TA) services are tailored specifically to meet the needs of those requesting the service. TA sessions are provided with the assistance of partners and/or subject matter experts who serve as faculty. TA sessions are held onsite from 1- 2.5 days and are designed to be hands-on, practical and aimed at increasing the capacity to address and response to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, sex trafficking and teen relationship violence (dating violence). TA sessions may involve a fee for the time and travel expenses of staff and faculty to develop and conduct the TA session.
Training services include a wide range of topics relating to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, sex trafficking and teen relationship violence. Trainings vary in length from a minimum of 4 hours to 1-3 days depending on the level of need and are provided with the assistance of partners and/or subject matter experts who serve as faculty. Trainings are interactive, culturally competent and based on best practices available. They are offered statewide, regionally or on-site and may involve a fee for expenses related to the time and travel of staff and faculty in developing and providing the training.
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, all trainings and TA requests will be provided virtually. Please contact SWIWC staff for more information.