The Sexual Violence Prevention (SVP) Program funds community-based organizations throughout Colorado to implement and evaluate activities designed to prevent sexual violence. Nine organizations are currently funded. The SVP Program is awarded funds by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Rape and Education Program (RPE) Program.
The SVP Program announces the release of the 2013 -2016 Request for Applications (RFA). Download the RFA resources by clicking on the links below.
A key component of the new RFA is work at the community level of the social ecology. Applicants will be required to engage in work at the community level and further information can be found in the RFA. One approach to this work is to engage in Social Capital efforts currently underway. Resources for two of those efforts are provided below.
Between the Bells - Ask-able teachers & faculty
Raices y Alas - Parental skills for communicating sexuality values
Partnerships will be key to engaging in work at the community level of the social ecology. The SVP Program will update this site to provide information about potential partners doing work in your community.
School Based Health Clinics - This provides a list of clinics broken down by county and school.
The Sexual Violence Prevention (SVP) Program has released its 2013 Request for Applications. You may access the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) responses on this page. The deadline for questions is May 17, 2013. Questions will be responded to twice throughout the application period. The first responses will be posted on May 6, 2013 and the second and final responses will be posted on May 20, 2013. Please access the FAQ below.
The SVP Program will select organizations to implement and evaluate comprehensive primary prevention programs for the upcoming competitive funding cycle (Nov 2013-Oct 2016) in the Summer of 2013. Check the website for the release of the program’s Request for Applications or email the program’s coordinator, Tomei.email@example.com
Chaffee County Family & Youth Initiatives – Salida
Denver Children’s Advocacy Center – Denver
Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy Center (SAVA) – Fort Collins
Relationship Roots – Denver (serving El Paso County)
Sexual Assault Response Agency (SARA) – Ft. Morgan
Tu Casa – Alamosa
Sister’s of Color- Denver
The Conflict Center – Denver
Sexual Assault Services Organization (SASO) – Durango
Agnieszka McCort, Program Manager
Tomei Kuehl, Program Coordinator
PARTNER COLLABORATION SITE:
VIPrevention Network: Colorado's Violence and Injury Prevention Network