Panel Discussion: Helping Survivors Connect with Housing Resources

Weave West Virginia Skills Integration Series This monthly series will build on the Weave West Virginia ECHO training series webinars (now available on-demand), which offered a framework for understanding the intersections of substance use, domestic violence, and substance use coercion with particular focus on pregnant and parenting people. Each session will provide technical assistance for providers […]


In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, this interactive session will explore how domestic violence programs are supporting survivors at the intersection of domestic violence and mental health. We'll discuss strategies programs have used to effectively integrate mental health clinicians into domestic violence services. Share your triumphs, concerns, and valuable insights from the frontlines as […]

LEARNING COLLABORATIVE- COORDINATING CARE AND SAFETY FOR PATIENTS: Navigating the Intersection of Behavioral Health and Intimate Partner Violence

Join Health Partners on IPV and Exploitation and the NCDVTMH for a 4-part learning collaborative focusing on the intersection of behavioral health, intimate partner violence (IPV), and mental health and substance use coercion. Sessions will go from May 15 to June 5, 2024. They will be hosted via Zoom on Wednesdays at 12pm CST for 60 mins. Deadline to Apply: […]

WEBINAR: In Honor of Mental Health Awareness Month: Mental Health Treatment in the Context of Intimate Partner Violence

Co-presented by Carole Warshaw, MD, Director, and Gabriela Zapata-Alma LCSW CADC, Associate Director Research has consistently documented that experiencing abuse by an intimate partner increases one’s risk for developing a range of mental health and substance use conditions. Experiencing multiple forms of trauma, including structural violence and marginalization, further amplify these risks. Less well recognized, […]

WEBINAR: Survivor-Driven Advocacy at the Intersections of Partner-Inflicted Brain Injury and Mental Health

Presented by Victoria (Tori) Wynecoop-Abrahamson, LSW, TTA Manager REGISTER NOW Partner-inflicted brain injury (PIBI) is a common experience among survivors of domestic and sexual violence when physical abuse is present. When survivors access services, their experiences of PIBI are frequently overlooked due to symptom overlap with mental health issues, leaving them uncertain about where to […]