Training Catalog

This Training Catalog contains video-based courses developed and delivered by seasoned practitioners serving victims of domestic sexual exploitation/trafficking. We offer these courses to benefit Mentees of the Institute for Shelter Care and the shelter community as a whole, as part of our shared commitment to offer the best possible care to survivors.

If you have an idea for a training title or presenter, please contact Jeanne Allert jallert@thesamaritanwomen.org

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   FUNDRAISING             PROGRAM            PARTNERS

Defining your Fundraising Strategy

Jeanne Allert and Gen Haines
The Samaritan Women
Institute Faculty

Overview of fundraising tactics and how to assemble them into a strategy that suits your shelter.

 This training is only for Mentees in the Shelter Mentoring Program

Runtime 37:41
Publish Date: May 2020

Residential Staffing

Kim Checkeye
The Samaritan Women
Institute Faculty

 Idea box on how to effectively recruit, train, and keep good residential supervisors.

 This training is only for Mentees in the Shelter Mentoring Program

Runtime 27:43
Publish Date: May 2020

Developing Your Communications Strategy

Linda Thomas
The Samaritan Women
Institute Faculty

 Elements of an effective communications strategy for shelter programs.

 This training is only for Mentees in the Shelter Mentoring Program

Runtime 23:13
Publish Date: May 2020

Assessing for TBI in Survivors

Jessicah Ray, PA-C
Head First Concussion Care

Identifying traumatic brain injury in victims of sexual violence.

 Runtime 1:29:12
Publish Date: May 2020

Volunteer Recruitment and Training

Jasmyne Cummings
The Samaritan Women
Institute Faculty

Basic elements of an effective volunteer engagement program.

  Runtime 35:08
Publish Date: May 2020

Church Partners in Shelter Care

Daniel Emr
Worthwhile Wear
Institute Faculty

Idea box on effectively engaging churches in the work of shelter care.

 Runtime 40:57
Publish Date: May 2020

What Works for Us:  The Enneagram in Shelter Care

Jeanne Allert
The Samaritan Women
Institute Faculty

One shelter’s use of the enneagram for staff and resident development.

  Runtime 22:55
Publish Date: May 2020

What Works for Us: Resident Internship Program

Jeanne Allert
The Samaritan Women
Institute Faculty

One shelter’s approach to vocational training and the employment readiness.

 Runtime 22:11
Publish Date: May 2020

Informed Consent

Roslyn Lindner
The Samaritan Women
Institute Faculty

Defining the elements and practices of informed consent in the shelter setting.

  Runtime 22:30
Publish Date: May 2020

If you have any questions on the locked training content, please contact Kim Checkeye at kcheckeye@thesamaritanwomen.org