What We Offer

Technical Assistance, Consultation, Capacity Building

NCDVTMH offers subject matter expertise, training, and technical assistance on a wide range of topics including domestic and sexual violence (DSV); our accessible, culturally responsive, and trauma-informed (ACRTI) approach as a framework for healing-centered engagement; trauma, mental health, and substance use; and supporting families, children, and youth. Please contact us below to inquire about speaking engagements, keynote addresses, consultation, site visits, information referrals, and other training.

We work with a broad range of constituents, including:

  • Anti-Violence Advocates
  • Child Welfare System
  • Culturally-Specific Programs
  • DSV Programs and Coalitions
  • DSV Survivors
  • Educators
  • Family and Youth Services Programs
  • Harm Reduction Programs
  • Healthcare Professionals
  • Judges and Court Professionals (Civil and Criminal)
  • LGBTQ Organizations
  • Legal Professionals
  • NGOs (International and National)
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Peer Recovery and Support Providers
  • Policymakers (Federal, State, and Local)
  • Researchers
  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment Professionals
  • Safe Housing Programs
  • Tribal DSV Programs and Coalitions

Speaking Engagements and Training

NCDVTMH leaders and consultants will tailor content and format to your audience’s needs. We welcome invitations to give keynote addresses at conferences and other events, present at professional symposia, moderate panels, and facilitate trainings for federal agencies, statewide organizations, and regional programs. To request a speaker from NCDVTMH—either in person or virtually—please submit the form at the bottom of this page. Recent topics include:

  • Overdose Prevention Education and Response for Survivors of DSV
  • Harm Reduction Practices to Support Survivors Who Use Substances
  • Mental Health, Substance Use, and Domestic Violence: Making Connections Across Program Policy and Procedures
  • Intimate Partner Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health: Critical Issues for Psychiatric Practice
  • Substance Use Coercion: Evidence and Implications
  • Burn It Down: Moving Beyond Burnout in DSV Advocacy


We offer comprehensive training through topical webinar series. All webinars are available for free along with downloadable slides, handouts, and other accompanying materials. Please visit the Webinar Archive to view over 80 webinar recordings.

Request a Speaker for Your Event or Training

To inquire about booking a speaker or customized training session with NCDVTMH staff, please fill out the form below and we will get in contact with you. Please provide as much information as possible.