Domestic Violence 101
This 6-week course will teach you the dynamics of domestic violence and how to better serve those who may be experiencing domestic violence.
DV/SA Advocate and Adult Empowerment Specialist
Peggy is originally from South Boston, Virginia where she worked in the Halifax County Court system as a paralegal with the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office. Peggy has experience in working with Hospice of Wake County and Home Health as a caregiver for Alzheimer and Dementia patients. She has worked with FLVF since 2014 part time and then full time since January, 2016. Since being with FLVF, Peggy has received numerous certificates some of which are: Sexual Assault 101, Domestic Violence 101, Law and the Advocate: Protecting the Client and Their Privacy, Basic Court Advocacy, NC Address Confidentiality Program, the Victim Service Practitioner Certification process with NC Victim’s Assistance Network as well as The Advocate’s Institute Certification with NCCADV. Having completed training with PREA & Advocacy with NCCASA, Peggy also serves as an Advocate with Polk Correctional Institution. In her spare time and continuing her life of service, Peggy also serves on the board of a local dog rescue group.
DV/SA Advocate, Adult Empowerment Specialist and Web Content Manager
Jeanette Cozart was born and raised in the small town of Eccles, (short for Ecclesiastics) West Virginia. She relocated to North Carolina in February 1987 to secure employment. Jeanette never turned back and has called North Carolina home for nearly 30 years. Jeanette joined FLVF in December 2016. She comes to FLVF with many years of experience in Social Services, Legal Services, Crisis Intervention, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll and Web Content Management. Jeanette also served as a member of the Domestic Violence Team at Legal Aid of North Carolina. Since joining FLVF, Jeanette has completed several Certifications to include: Victim Assistance Certification (NCVAN), Advocates Institute Certification (NCCADV), and Nurturing Parenting Certification taught by Dr. Stephen J. Bavolek.
We know about your hectic schedule. We also know the only way you truly understand a subject is by taking the time to learn about the dynamics of the subject.
We invite you to join us every Tuesday evening beginning March 5, 2019, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. for our domestic violence 101 course.
We come together as a group to learn about domestic violence and how we may better serve those experiencing domestic violence.