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MCADSV continues to offer training that inspires, connects, educates and motivates people to prevent and end rape and abuse in Missouri

MCADSV is committed to ensuring the best possible services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. To this end, the Coalition believes strongly in the value of education. MCADSV provides domestic and sexual violence education in Missouri virtually using variety of digital mediums. 

Online Training Courses

These MCADSV online training courses are open to everyone; more courses are available to MCADSV members as a benefit of membership.Members can access additional online training courses here.

Navigating Victims' Rights and Services in Missouri
Providing Meaningful and Relevant Services to Immigrant Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence
Using Telehealth Technology to Reach Rural Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence

The following 1-hour courses have been developed specifically for Law Enforcement and are POST certified:

Domestic Violence 101
Sexual Violence 101
Understanding Trauma and Sexual Assault
Working With Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocacy Programs: Understanding Their Confidentiality Requirements

This project was supported by funding made available through grant number 2014-VAWA-006-SE administered by the Missouri Department of Public Safety, Office of the Director. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Missouri Department of Public Safety, Office of the Director or the Department of Justice Programs.



MCADSV has developed several series of videos on topics related to domestic and sexual violence. Click here to to subscribe to MCADSV's YouTube channel and check out these videos to learn more about how to prevent and end rape and abuse in Missouri:


40th Anniversary Storytelling Series
How the Earth Didn't Fly Into the Sun
MOmentum Webcast
Orders of Protection Series
Sexual Assault Advocacy
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners


Confidentiality Overview
Missouri State Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kit
Promoting Collaboration Between Campuses and Community-Based DV/SV Agencies
Responding to Strangulation: A Victim Services Approach


This MCADSV webinar is open to everyone; more webinars are available to MCADSV members as benefit of membership. Members can access additional webinars here.

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