DCRCC is available to provide training on a range of topics related to sexual violence prevention and intervention that affect child, youth and adult survivors, including youth development, systems of oppression, crisis support, child sexual assault, vicarious trauma, and many related topics. We work with individuals and organizations to select a format for training that is compatible with your stated goals. Examples range from comprehensive to subject specific trainings for staff, panel discussions, keynotes, ongoing workshops, conference presentations, and intergenerational programming. We are committed to supporting families, and accordingly, open all of our trainings to children and youth.
We provide trainings through several primary channels:
All requests are considered based on availability, subject matter compatibility and associated costs. The preferred way to communicate your request is via a detailed email. We encourage that all communicated requests provide ample notice, and flexibility on your timeline and scope of work for fastest and most effective responses. All and presentation training requests will be responded to with a request for a phone consultation as an initial next step.
FEES & COSTS
How much does it cost to book a presenter?
We normally expect those requesting our services to meet the speaker’s travel and accommodation costs. These arrangements will be agreed upon between you and DCRCC, directly.
T&TA fees can depend on a number of different factors, including: the type of organization and nature of an event (for-profit vs. not-for-profit), how far a speaker has to travel, length and number of presentations, preparation required, and demand for a speaker’s services. Negotiation of cost will be determined once a request is made.
Submit a Training Request
If you feel that the DCRCC can be of assistance to your program, we invite you to email email@example.com, providing a description of what you are looking for. If you are unable to describe your exact requirements at this time, our staff can also help you define those needs. One of our staff members will respond to you promptly, review your request, and determine the next steps.
The DC Rape Crisis Center is deeply committed to the health, wellness and saftey of our clients, as well as the broader community. Out of abundance of caution, and in accordance with DC Government's decision to extend closures, the DC Rape Crisis Center is suspending in person services, and will be delivering services remotely until further notice.
Our therapists will be providing virtual counseling services to youth & young adults, as well as adults who need our support during this challenging time.You can still call or email to schedule an intake appointment for services. For adults you may reach out to Rubi Mancilla at 202-470-1188 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Youth and Young Adults you may call Alyza Weinberg at 202-470-1530 or email@example.com
Our advocates are available via our 24/7 hotline please reach out if you need support 202-333-RAPE.
If you are any agency and would like to request training and technical assistance virtually please reach out to Chandra Dawson at 202-618-5088 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We know that these are challenging, and unprecedented times right now. The staff at the DC Rape Crisis Center will continue to create pathways for your healing journey. If you have any further questions please reach out to email@example.com
We are wishing you, and your loved ones good health. Take care and be well.