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Our SCKNOWMORE Webinar Series presented by SCCADVASA will continue in 2022. 

At SCCADVASA, it is our goal to provide training opportunities to both our members and to the public regarding topics that impact victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

We are excited to bring you a series of webinars that are both informative and thought-provoking and we endeavor to create a South Carolina free from violence.

Upcoming Webinars:

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Future Webinars — Tentative Dates & Topics:

  • July 22: Supporting Homeless / Unhoused Communities
  • Aug. 19: Impact of Domestic & Family Violence on Children
  • Sept. 16: Working Together: Coordinated Community Responses

Stay tuned as we share more details and announce additional 2022 webinars! 

Previous Webinars:

  • Friday, April 22, 2022 at 10:30 AM: Traumatic Brain Injury as a Result of Domestic Violence: Information, Screening & Model Practices, Presenter: Susan Higginbotham, MEd, PCADV Chief Executive Officer. View recording.
  • Friday, March 18, 2022, 10:00 AM: Responding to Stalking: Risk Assessment, Safety Planning, and Documentation,Presenter: Dana Fleitman, Training and Awareness Specialist, SPARC. Learn more and register now. View recording.
  • Friday, March 4, 2022, 10:30 AM: Responding to Campus Sexual Misconduct with Restorative Justice, Presenter: Dr. Rachel King, Restorative Justice Trainer & Facilitator. This webinar was co-presented by SC Restorative Justice Initiative. View event flyer. View recording.
  • Friday, February 18, 2022, 10:30 AM:Moving beyond pronouns and intake forms: Structural changes to enhance services to transgender survivors, Presenter: Michael Munson, Executive Director, FORGE. View recording. 
  • Friday, January 21, 2022, 10:00 AM: Improving responsive services to transgender & nonbinary survivors in rural and urban communities, Presenters: Melissa Moore and Greg Green, FORGE. View recording. 

General Information:

At various times of the year SCCADVASA hosts webinars, which are short, easy-to-attend trainings that Victim Service Providers or other allies can use to keep their skills sharp. These webinars are approved for VSP continuing education credit and usually last between 1-2 hours. Additionally, SCCADVASA maintains a standing approval from SC Labor, Licensing and Regulation Board for LMSW, LMFT and LPC hours.

For more information about SCCADVASA’s webinars, to receive a copy of previously recorded webinars, or to give suggestions for future webinar topics, email SCCADVASA’s Training team at

View Recordings of 2021 SCKNOWMORE Webinars:

  • Friday, March 19 An Exploration of Specific Restorative Justice Practices to Address Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Assault, SC Restorative Justice Initiative. View Recording.
  • Friday, May 28th — Understanding the Impact of Opioids and Other Substances on Intimate Partner Violence to Better Service Survivors with Services, Referrals & Resources, Presenter: Jeremy Martin, LRADAC. View Recording. 
  • Friday, June 18th — Creating Accessible Documents for Your Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Agencies, Presenter: Able SC. View Recording.
  • Friday, July 16th — **Special In-Depth 3-hr Training Session** Identifying and Responding to Stalking, Presenter: Dana Fleitman, Training and Awareness Specialist, Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC). View Recording.
  • Friday, August 13th — The “Ins and Outs” of Civil Stalking or Harassment Restraining Orders in South Carolina, Presenters: Honorable J. Michelle Childs, US District Judge; Lisa Martin, JD, Assistant Professor, UofSC’ss School of Law; Melinda Taylor, JD and SC Legal Services; Patricia Ravenhorst, JD and SCCADVASA; Kharimah Dessow, JD and SCCADVASA. View Recording.
  • Friday, October 15th – Breaking Down Barriers for Indigenous Women Across South Carolina who Experience Sexual Violence, Presenter: Cristine Davidson, Education & Cultural Coordinator, Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault CoalitionView Recording.