Monthly Love Your Birth Control Virtual Training

Empowering women to choose the birth control method that works for them! Following the training, participants can request to receive the materials discussed for use in their practice. Materials include posters for clinics and offices, education grids for patient discussions, and patient education cards for handouts to clients. All materials are commercial-free and provided at no cost to training participants. ... Read More

Weave WV Training – Supporting Survivors at the intersections of Sexual Health and Human Trafficking

July 23 - 12:30pm This session is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge on the critical issues of sexual health and human trafficking. Participants will learn how to effectively support individuals seeking services related to these areas, ensuring they receive the necessary care and assistance. Additionally, the program will cover best practices and introduce attendees to local resources available for addressing ... Read More

Weave WV Training – Domestic Violence and Substance Use Safety Planning in Current Relationships and Post-Treatment

July 30 - 12:00pm Safety planning, an essential component in working with people experiencing intimate partner violence, is especially critical when the survivor is still in relationship with the abusive partner. For those also experiencing substance use coercion and are post-treatment, adding safety measures to the plan that focus on these areas is essential. This session will explore using a ... Read More

Weave WV Training – Integrating Domestic Violence and Substance Use in Safety Planning

August 6 - 12:00pm It has long been recognized that abuse by an intimate partner increases a person’s risk for developing a range of health conditions, including substance use disorders (SUD). Research has found high rates of both past and current intimate partner violence (IPV) among people in SUD treatment settings. At the same time, survivors often face siloed services ... Read More

Weave WV Training – Overdose Prevention Planning and Substance Use Coercion

July 23 - 12:00pm As lives lost to overdose continue to rise each year, overdose prevention is a critically important endeavor. It can be especially important for survivors of intimate partner violence, who are often at higher risk for accidental overdose due to abusive partners leveraging substance use coercion tactics, criminalization of survival, and/or being turned away from support services ... Read More

Lamaze Evidence-Based Labor Support (8/23)

Wheeling Hospital 1 Medical Park, Wheeling, WV, United States

Lamaze Evidence-Based Labor Support  Wheeling Hospital 1 Medical Park Wheeling, WV 26003 Auditorium B (Main entrance, elevator to basement, turn right then immediate left.  The auditorium is the first left at the end of the hallway).   Friday, August 23, 2024   8:30 AM – 4:30 PM Hands on labor support techniques Bring tools for labor & labor charts back to ... Read More