CS Learning Pathways

Victim Services Professionals

The trainings below are aimed at helping various different groups in our communities (lawyers, law enforcement, therapists, case managers, etc) better understand and be able to work with individuals that have experienced human trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence.

Intersections of Gender-Based Violence

This free training is for professionals working with youth and young adults to understand the dynamics ad intersections of teen dating violence, sexual assault, and commercial sexual exploitation.


Safety in the Field

This course covers strategies for keeping yourself and co-workers safe while visiting clients in the field.


Boundaries & Ethics for Case Managers and Peer Partners

Having solid boundaries and providing ethical services is essential to quality-client care. learn about ethical standards and how to navigate personal boundaries in your professional role.


Keys to Understanding Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

This course provides key information about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and its commonly associated complications, along with tools for prevention and intervention.



The Victim Rights Advocacy Project (VRAP) Legal Compendium was written for survivors of gender-based violence as well as advocates. The purpose of the Compendium is to provide an accessible, concise, and user-friendly repository of fundamental victim rights in California. The Compendium is not intended to be an exhaustive compilation of all victim rights. The primary focus is federal and California crime victim rights concerning victims of gender-based violence; particularly intimate partner abuse, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Additionally, we have included key Santa Clara County policies pertaining to victim rights.


Request a Training

Looking for a training that we don’t currently offer? You can use the link below to request specific trainings to meet your agency’s needs.


CS Learning provides mission-driven learning for our colleagues and community that create opportunities for transformational growth and development.

At Community Solutions I met some wonderful women who helped me with my fears and helped me understand that I did not deserve to be abused by anyone.

Luz, age 50, Solutions to Violence

[Community Solutions] helped me with my problems and were there when I was having hard times. They have helped my family with a place to live and helped us pay some bills and buy some food when we needed it.

Serena, age 15, Child & Youth Behavioral Health

I cannot describe very well but all I know is that each day is getting better. Your program helps.

Jin, age 62, Adult Behavioral Health

Thanks to the program, I left the ugly house I was living in that had two small windows for the 8 of us, dirt floors, broken windows, no door, and the toilet always clogging. Now my children and I have a nice apartment where we have more space, privacy, and carpet where we can be barefoot.

Teresa, age 38, Solutions to Violence Supportive Housing Program