Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence is something that many individuals experiencing homelessness have a history of or are actively living through. This training is geared towards service providers that work with clients that are actively experiencing DV/IPV in order to best understand what are the major driving factors behind a person's decision to stay. By exploring the ways trauma and violence perpetuate systems of control, service providers will become prepared to prioritize the client's choice and voice. 

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