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Online Sexual Violence Training for Community Health Workers/ Promotoras

Arizona Rural Women's Health Network
Applications accepted on an ongoing basis

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The Arizona Rural Women's Health Network offers a 4 hour course for community health workers that provides an introduction to basic knowledge and skills useful in assisting and responding to victims of sexual violence. The online course includes self-paced modules, a workbook, and a simulated role-play scenario.

Learning objectives include:

  • Identify and define types of sexual violence
  • Respond appropriately to victims of sexual violence
  • Relate individual and community partner roles in responding to and supporting victims of sexual violence
  • Recognize signs of burnout and vicarious trauma and learn about ways to cope.

While there are a few slides that contain Arizona specific statistics, most of the information provided is relevant in any state.


Community Health Workers, Promotoras, and staff from any other partner organization are eligible to take the course.

Geographic coverage
Amount of funding

The course is offered at no cost.

Application process

Follow the steps for accessing the course listed on the program website.

Tagged as
Abuse and violence · Community health workers · Health workforce education and training · Women

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