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Planning for Court, Childcare and Employment: Setting Specific Safety Planning for Survivors

This webinar will examine how three individual arenas in survivors’ lives – legal proceedings, the workplace, and the childcare setting – each require individualized safety planning. Advocates will learn how to assess risks inherent in each arena and equip them with the knowledge and understanding necessary to create individualized safety plans.

Amanda Hoffman Manes
Policy Analyst - National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Amanda has practiced law for the public and private sectors. After first working with survivors of domestic violence as a student attorney, she volunteered with various organizations, providing direct legal services to survivors. Amanda holds a BS cum laude in Psychology/Political Science and Certificate in Women’s Studies from University of Pittsburgh and a JD from University of Baltimore.
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