Month: September 2019

New Housing Services Coordinator Position Open at MCEDV

The Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence (MCEDV) seeks a full-time Housing Services Coordinator.  A new position at MCEDV, the Housing Services Coordinator ensures the development and effective implementation of MCEDV’s programming related to shelter, transitional, and permanent housing access for individuals and families affected by abuse and violence. The Coordinator, in partnership with MCEDV…

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Statewide Domestic Violence Awareness Events 2019

This October, communities across Maine will recognize Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Download the full statewide list here. Mark your calendars for an event near you — and don’t forget to participate in our #TakeActionMaine social media campaign.

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Registration Open: Training for Mental Health Professionals in Hallowell

Join us Sept. 24th and 25th at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell on for our 12-hour Mental Health Curriculum, presented by the Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence. On Sept. 24th, we will cover the first two of four modules. Sign up here. On Sept. 25th we will cover the second two of four modules. Sign up here.…

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Free CLE Training for Attorneys Interested in Assisting Survivors of Abuse

Survivors’ access to legal representation in civil court reduces the probability of future domestic violence*: Survivors rate the filing of a protection order as one of the two most effective tools for stopping domestic violence, second only to separating from the abuser.** In one study, 83% of survivors represented by an attorney successfully obtained a…

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