Natural Helpers Training
November 4th and 5th 
10am - 5pm

Training location: near downtown Seattle 
Space is limited. Priority is given to current or prospective volunteers who are bilingual or multilingual, API, Black, Indigenous, or POC and identify as women, trans, gender non-conforming or femme.
For access needs contact

Domestic Violence 101
Tuesday, October 24th
6 pm API Chaya Orientation (recommended for first time attendees)
6:30- 8 pm Educational Discussion
Beacon United Methodist Church
Community Education Series will take place on the 4th Tuesday of each month and includes a four part free workshop series that will happen twice each year. These trainings are open to anyone, no registration is required.
**Those interested in becoming a Natural Helper are required to attend all four topics of the workshop series.
For access needs contact
October Rapid Response Team Meeting
Thursday, October 26th 6-8pm
Hing Hay Coworks
API Chaya’s Rapid Response Team (RRT) is a group of volunteers who will activate and coordinate our Rapid Response network, including people who are currently signed up and our broader networks if necessary (through listserve or facebook).
At our monthly meetings, volunteers will build and share skills necessary to respond to violence and oppression happening in our communities.Bring yourself and your pods
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Bonds of Kinship : Strengthening Relationships towards a Culture of Care 
October 28th & November 18th, 1-4pm

Beacon United Methodist

Anyone supporting young people (parents, caregivers, elders, etc) are welcome to join.
For questions, childcare, Interpretation contact
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