Author: Suzanne

Advanced Leadership Training for Law Enforcement

Mark Wynn, one of the nation’s leading experts in domestic violence, will provide an exclusive training for local leadership within Law Enforcement. Don’t miss this free opportunity to enhance your knowledge and expand your response to domestic violence cases.

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2017 North Texas Facing Family Violence Conference

Register today to attend and/or exhibit at our annual conference, October 18-20 in Plano. Mental health, law enforcement, human resources and faith professionals will all find sessions that not only help achieve professional goals but meet continuing education credit requirements, affordably!

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New Mission Statement

The Collin County Council on Family Violence strengthens collaborative, professional partnerships and serves as a catalyst for a sustained movement against family violence in Collin County

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2016-17 Lunch Meetings

CCCFV members and guests gather for lunch on the first Wednesday of each month, except July. Our Junior League volunteers organize and facilitate the meeting, with guests invited by the CCCFV Advisory Board. Here are the program we enjoyed this year: August 2016: Christina Coultas, MSSW of the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) spoke on Recognizing Organizational Trauma. September 2016: Dr. Kristin Reeder of Children’s Health will present “It Takes a Village: Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse” October 2016: Judges Piper McCraw and Emily Miskel of 469th and 470th district courts of Collin County. November 2016:We reviewed our annual conference and heard a...

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