CONFIDENCE & PRIVACY
Survivors of violence and abuse have confidence that their privacy is protected.
Agencies have confidence in the law and policies protecting survivor privacy.
Helping professionals have confidence in their ability to negotiate protections for survivor privacy.
Confidentiality is Key
Every survivor who comes to a domestic violence or sexual assault agency for services must be confident that his or her private, personal information will be protected. Agencies face enormous challenges in creating effective, legally sound policies and responses that can protect both the survivor and the agency.
Agencies do not have to do this on their own.
The Confidentiality Institute has unmatched expertise. It provides the only up-to-date, state-specific, sophisticated training, toolkits, and on-call technical assistance to help an agency handle its most significant confidentiality and privacy challenges, whenever they arise.
Planning for Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect
Webinar for SCCADVASA, Jan 2014
Preserving Confidentiality with Survivors
WCSAP, Sept 2013
Recent and Upcoming Presentations:
Campus Training and Technical Assistance Institute
CALCASA, Feb 2014
Protecting Privacy to Enhance Safety Pro Bono Project Training
American Bar Association, Feb 2014
Mandated Reporting and Confidentiality in North Dakota
CAWS North Dakota, Dec 2013
OVW Campus Grantee Orientation
CALCASA, Dec 2013
SAFETY ALERT: If you are in danger, please use a safer computer, or call 911, your local hotline,
or the U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224