Stronger Together Training Series

The Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault and Missouri Partners in Prevention are pleased to provide three fantastic opportunities for professional development and networking this Spring. Amidst a changing policy landscape, it is important to discuss the importance of collaboration and building trust within marginalized communities. Equally important is understanding how the policy landscape is changing for colleges and universities and the communities in which these campuses are located.

MCADSV and PIP have designed these training offerings for community agencies/MCADSV member programs, and campuses throughout the state as a way for all of us to be “stronger together”.

This spring Missouri Partners in Prevention invites everyone to take part in the Meeting of the Minds virtual training series, which includes a track on violence prevention and Title IX. Our March offering in the training series is embedded in the Meeting of the Minds program.


Registration is free. Click here to sign up.

Stronger Together Training Series: The importance of collaboration amidst a changing policy landscape

Presenter: Tyler Reike, executive director of Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence (CARDV)

Policy priorities can shift from one administration to the next, but comprehensive prevention and support services are something that can remain constant. Collaboration between campus-based and community-based advocates helps to ensure stable prevention programming and services to student survivors of gender-based violence. What does comprehensive, stable collaboration look like in practice though? In this webinar, Tyler Reike, executive director of Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence (CARDV) in Fulton, will discuss partnerships with Westminster College and Williams Woods University, and answer questions about successes and challenges of collaboration.

Meeting of the Minds session: Title IX: Updates and Special Issues

Presenter: Peter Lake, Professor of law, Charles A. Dana Chair, and the Director of the Center for Excellence in Higher Education Law and Policy at Stetson University College of Law

This session is part of the Meeting of the Minds training series. Register for the Meeting of the Minds training series for free at Indicate that you wish to attend sessions in the Violence Prevention/Title IX track. CEUs are available for a small fee.

Stronger Together Training Series: Building Trust within Marginalized Communities Panel Discussion

In our work, is it important to take note of how we respond to the prevention and intervention needs of all populations, including marginalized populations. During this panel session, our panelists will share how they have worked to build trust among marginalized communities and how outreach, policy work, and support should be responsive the needs of these communities.