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Resources for Funded Programs

NEW RESOURCE FOR FUNDED PROGRAMS

 

DVP requires all funded programs write goals and objectives for their program.  Setting program goals and objectives is a critical task in linking actions to outcomes, and ultimately measuring impact.  While reporting on activities and outputs is important, showing results and impact is essential in demonstrating success and effectiveness of approaches, theories and invested resources.  DVP has found that many programs struggle with writing goals and objectives as well as have difficulties in developing a solid logic model.  To help eliminate some of the barriers that programs face, the DVP’s Guide in Writing Goals and Objectives and Developing Logic Models was created to assist funded programs with this process.

 

This Guide was developed with materials from the Vital Project.  The purpose of Vital Project is to build your organization’s management and operational capacity through technical assistance and professional development opportunities designed to meet the current and emerging needs of local programs.  To learn more about this topic, or to apply for free training and/or technical assistance, please visit www.vitalprojectcolorado.org.

 


 

DVP-funded programs have access to various resources to help in their work to empower victims of domestic violence and raise awareness of domestic violence in Colorado.

 

 

Vital Project

The purpose of Vital is to build your organization’s management and operational capacity through technical assistance and professional development opportunities designed to meet the current and emerging needs of local programs. An array of exciting delivery methods will be offered, from on-line toolkits to formal class work at the University of Colorado Denver.

 

The services of the Vital Project are provided at no charge for DVP-funded programs.  From now until September 30, 2013, the following services are available:

 

Contact Information:

Phone: 303-315-2470

Fax: 303-315-2054

Email: VitalProjectColorado@gmail.com

Website: www.vitalprojectcolorado.org

 

CCADV

The Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) is the statewide coalition for domestic violence programs.  CCADV offers training and expert advice to domestic violence programs that serve victims of domestic violence based on safety and empowerment of survivors.

 

Contact Information:

Office: 303-831-9632 or 888-778-7091

Website: www.ccadv.org