United Way Regina partners with Caring Hearts, STOPS to Violence, Safe Places Swift Current, RCMP F Division, and Beatrice Wallace/Wolfe – Survivor & Lived Experience Indigenous Advisor to provide free access to top quality Education & Resource training to front-line workers in the family violence sector in south Saskatchewan.
Beginning October 1, 2021 through March 31, 2022, community agencies, volunteer, and RCMP members located in Treaty 2 and Treaty 4 Territories (south Saskatchewan region) will have opportunity to access free and cost effective training on trauma-informed care, abuse prevention, and vicarious trauma and burnout prevention.
There will be three different types of training available:
- Ambiguous Loss & Trauma-Informed Care Training
- Hello Hero – A VIP Course for First Responders and Their Back–UP
- Abuse Prevention – Safe Places Volunteer Training