The Community Alliance Prevention Model is a 6-unit model of leadership training that will prepare participants to become a Purple Ally. All Purple Allies will receive a certificate of completion that can be displayed in an office, a business, or a home to show the community they are prepared support survivors and act to implement change. During training, Purple Allies will meet with victim advocates and case managers of The Purple Door who will remain a contact person for additional training, literature, and technical assistance.
Upon completion of the leadership training, a Purple Ally will have the tools to:
Support survivors of domestic and sexual violence at any step during their journey: from safety planning to maintaining positive support systems after an abusive relationship ends.
Hold perpetrators accountable for their choice to use domestic and sexual violence on their partners, families, and community. Learn how to have that conversation in a safe way.
Change and challenge a culture of violence! By changing the conversation, Purple Allies will move our community towards the prevention of domestic and sexual violence.
Anyone and everyone can become a Purple Ally:
• Corporate Level
• Small Business
• Social Service Agencies
• Counselors and Mental Health Professionals
• Government Agencies
• Education Administrations, Staff, and Students
• Faith-Based Organizations
• Community Leaders
All training is FREE and provided at your location! There is no audience too big or small. The first step to becoming a Purple Ally is the want to take action and end domestic and sexual violence in our community. By completing the CAPM Training Request Form and submitting your request to email@example.com, YOU will have achieved the second step to action.
Purple Allies will complete 6-units of the following leadership training topics to receive a certificate of completion:
Agency Services 1.00
Domestic and Sexual Violence Overview 1.00
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace 1.00
Rape Culture and Gender Roles 2.00
Getting Men Involved 1.50
Primary Prevention and Moving Upstream 1.50
Normalization of Violence and The History of the Battered Women’s Movement 1.00
What Makes the “Perfect” Victim? 2.00
The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children 2.00
The Battering Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP) 2.00
Glorification of the Perpetrator: Understanding Batterer Behavior 2.00
Why doesn’t she just leave? Why did she kill him? Understanding Victim Behavior 2.00
“What’s the deal with virginity?” The Intersections of “Virginity” and Violence Against Women 2.00
Recognizing and Responding to Domestic Violence in the Workplace 2.00
Communication with Victims of Trauma: Trauma-Informed Care 2.00
Working with Vulnerable Communities: Non-English Speaking, LBGQTIA+, and Religious 2.00
The Long-Term Effects of Domestic and Sexual Violence in our Communities 2.00
Working with Survivors Who Are Religious 2.00