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January 25: The Intersection of Immigration and Interpersonal Violence

The Larimer County Domestic Abuse Intervention Project will host a FREE half-day training event called, The Intersection of Immigration and Interpersonal Violence.

The Intersection of Immigration and Interpersonal Violence aims to give attendees a better understanding of the impacts of immigration and interpersonal violence, and how they can work to identify it with the clients they serve. This training event is open to law enforcement, child protection, victim advocates, therapists, survivors, case managers, and others interested in learning about the Intersection of Immigration and Interpersonal violence.

The Larimer County Domestic Abuse Intervention Project strives to reduce and prevent domestic abuse through education, community collaboration and social justice.

Speakers:

The Intersection of Immigration and Interpersonal Violence
Thursday, January 25th 
8:00am-12:30pm 
Timberline Church
Fort Collins, CO

Registration is free! Please register early as there is limited space. To learn more about this event and register, click here.Refreshments and snacks will be provided.

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