Making Confidentiality Work for Survivors
10: 30 AM - 12: 00 PM
Mountain Standard Time
Content AreasTraining - DV/SA/Stalking Topics
Confidentiality, Domestic Violence/Dynamics/Services, SA Dynamics/Services, Safety Planning
Registration InfoRegistration Days
April 14 - May 12, 2021
Making the Address Confidentiality Program work for survivors can be a challenge. Without the right information, an ACP participant might end up compromising their confidentiality during family court proceedings, when placing a 911 call, or purchasing real property. Learning about the ACP statutes relevant to participant interactions with state/local government agencies as well as private entities will assist advocates in better supporting their clients in maintaining their confidentiality. This training can be used to get certified as an Application Assistant, renew an existing certification, or as a refresher for active Application Assistants.
Nikki Hernandez is the Outreach Coordinator for the Colorado Address Confidentiality Program (ACP) and has been with the program since 2017. Nikki has worked to support survivors since she was in college, where she created a peer facilitated support group for survivors of sexual assault on campus. Prior to coming to the ACP, she worked as a Confidential Victim’s Advocate and served as the Board Chair for Finding Our Voices, a non-profit dedicated to helping heal survivors of sexual assault through art. Nikki is committed to expanding support for survivors statewide through awareness and relationship building.
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