Coalition Events & Trainings

On this list you will find in-person trainings, webinars, and meetings hosted by the Coalition. If you wish to submit an event for the list, or have a questions about an existing training please click here. As a perk of Coalition membership, we encourage our member programs to request customized trainings and technical assistance as needed. You can complete your request using the button below. 

Note that registration opens on a rolling basis, roughly 2 months prior to each training. 

2020 Training Dates

October 28, 2020

Webinar - Sexual Assault Response Teams: Development and Beyond

This webinar invites victim service professionals to explore the ins and outs of developing a community Sexual Assault Response Team (SART). We will discuss promising practices and available resources to guide SARTs through the challenges beyond development.

November 16 & 17

2020 Rape Prevention Education Institute

The Coalition’s 12th Annual Rape Prevention Education Institute is a free two-day conference for prevention professionals, educators, practitioners, and change makers to discuss the latest methods and trends in the field. With this year’s theme of Intersections of Prevention: Building Inclusive Communities, we hope to bring you an exciting slate of content focused on how our field intersects with different communities and other public health issues. Our goal is for each attendee to leave with new skills, perspectives, and lots of ideas about how to impact their community through prevention work. 

Please not that Google Chrome is not the recommended browser for registration. If you have any trouble registering, please reach out to Kendra Miller at

December 02, 2020

Webinar - Social Media on a Budget

Many nonprofits struggle with building a social media following because of a lack of time, money, and resources. This webinar will share tips and tricks for nonprofits looking to expand their social media presence with limited resources.

December 09, 2019

Webinar: Advocacy 101 for Immigrant Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence

Immigrant survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault often face unique challenges and additional barriers to accessing safe, effective legal services. Since the enactment of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) in 1994, VAWA has always included vital protections for immigrant survivors, recognizing that abusers often use their victims’ dependent or unauthorized immigration status as a tool of abuse. Attendees of this webinar will learn how to identify and help immigrant survivors navigate challenges when seeking services and safety, as well as focus on strengths-based and trauma-informed advocacy for immigrant survivors. Additionally, presenters will discuss the basics of the immigration system and how immigrant survivors can use our services as well as others.

December 16, 2020

Webinar - Male Sexual Assault in the Military (pre-recorded)

This webinar will offer care providers with key data and research on sexual assault in the U.S. military. We will discuss resources, remedies, and trauma-informed practices for sexual assault advocates and other allied professionals serving active duty members and veterans. This will be a pre-recorded webinar.

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Training Archive

You can access an archived selection of our past webinars through Youtube anytime by clicking the icon. 

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Board Meetings 2020

February 21st, April 3rd, August 21st, November 13th

Domestic Violence State Coordinating Council Meetings 2020

March 6th, June 5th, September 25th, December 4th

Domestic Violence State Coordinating Council Meetings 2021

March 5th, June 4th, September 17th, December 3rd

Executive Director Roundtable Meetings 2020

February 20th, April 2nd, August 20th, November 12th

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The office is closed through May 31 but services are available. Reach us 8am-5pm Monday through Thursday at our phone number, 615 386-9406

24-hour State-Wide Domestic Violence Hotline- 1-800-356-6767

This project is funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee, Finance and Administration, Office of Criminal Justice Programs. The opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations contained within this document are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the State of Tennessee.