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Individuals who are interested in becoming a DVOMB Approved Provider need to apply first before providing any services. The DVOMB Approved Provider List identifies the providers who are eligible to receive referrals to provide evaluation, treatment, and assessment services to domestic violence offenders in Colorado.
On January 1, 2020, the process for becoming a DVOMB Approved Provider moved to a competency-based supervision process that is simple, comprehensive, and flexible to each applicant. A Domestic Violence Clinical Supervisor (DVCS) will assess applicants on clinical and administrative competencies. Those who demonstrate greater mastery of competencies based on their experience level, education, and clinical history may be able to move through the application process faster. This process empowers the DVCS to individualize the supervision for each applicant.
Applicants apply as individuals; not as partnerships, agencies, or programs. All application fees for each application are listed below and are non-refundable.
New applicants are encouraged to contact the DVOMB and attend a few trainings prior to starting this process. Other questions about the application process may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every applicant is required to undergo a background check as part of the application process, which includes a separate fee of $49.50. Please note that an applicant’s prior criminal history is reviewed and considered on a case-by-case basis.
Per Colorado Revised Statute 16-11.8-103 (4)(B(III), applicants must submit one set of fingerprints for use by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and for transmittal to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Fingerprints are submitted electronically. Additionally, all new applicants are required to submit fingerprints unless you already have submitted fingerprints to the Domestic Violence Management Board or to the Sex OffenderManagement Board.
There are two approved vendors providing fingerprinting services on behalf of CBI, and each vendor has multiple locations throughout Colorado. You must initiate the process through the vendor’s website. When you register you will need the following information:
New applicants, please complete:
The Intent to Apply application is for individuals who want to begin the process of becoming a DVOMB Approved Provider. Applicants regardless of their credentials must complete all information in this form and receive approval from the Application Review Committee (ARC) prior to beginning any co-facilitated services to court-ordered domestic violence offenders.
It is important to note that the acceptance of this application by the ARC is conditional and does not grant you placement on the Approved Provider List. Once you have completed all of the requirements of your desired level of approval, then you must submit the corresponding application in order to seek approval.
You must fulfill the following requirements in order to be considered for inclusion on the Approved Provider List:
Subsequent to completing the Intent to Apply Application, those individuals who meet the requirements of Section 9.0 of the DVOMB Standards and whose competencies have been properly assessed by a Domestic Violence Clinical Supervisor should complete Application 2 to be considered for placement on the Approved Provider List. This application may also be utilized for currently Approved Providers seeking to move up in status.
Approved Providers must complete a renewal application every other year, referred to as the Biennial Renewal Application. These renewals occur on odd years and are due on July 31. Therefore, no renewal applications are due in 2020. More information will be forthcoming and available in 2021.
For each of the following applications, the applicant must have their competencies properly assessed by a Domestic Violence Clinical Supervisor using the following forms:
Specific Offending Population Application
This application is for individuals seeking placement on the Approved Provider List to work with Specific Offending Populations (SOP) which includes Female Offenders and LGBT+ Offenders. At a minimum, applicants must have previously completed and received approval by the Application Review Committee (ARC) with the Intent to Apply application. The fee of $50 is waived if this application is submitted in conjunction with Application 2.
Specialized Pre-Sentence Evaluator Application
This application is for individuals seeking placement on the Approved Provider List as a Specialized Pre-Sentence Evaluator. At a minimum, applicants either must be applying for or have received approval by the Application Review Committee (ARC) as a Full Operating Level Approved Provider. The Specialized Pre-Sentence Evaluator is a status for licensed FOL Providers who demonstrate competencies, skills, and knowledge in conducting complex and in-depth offender evaluations prior to sentencing. Once approved by the DVOMB, these individuals may conduct Pre-Sentence Evaluations (PSE) in accordance with the Standards. The fee of $100 is waived if this application is submitted in conjunction with Application 2.
Domestic Violence Clinical Supervisor Application
This application is for Full Operating Level (FOL) Approved Providers seeking placement on the Approved Provider List (hereafter called the Approved Provider List) as a Domestic Violence Clinical Supervisor (DVCS). The DVCS status is for licensed FOL Provider who has obtained the additional training and experiential requirements for supervisors. Once approved, these individuals may provide supervision to applicants and Providers in accordance with the Standards. At a minimum, applicants must be listed as a FOL Approved Provider.
SOMB Full-Operating Level Equivalency Application
This application is for individuals who are listed with the Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) as a Full Operating Level Approved Provider seeking placement on the DVOMB Approved Provider List as a Domestic Violence Clinical Supervisor (DVCS). The DVCS status is for licensed FOL Providers who have obtained the additional training and experiential requirements for supervisors. Once approved, these individuals may provide supervision to applicants and Providers in accordance with the Standards. At a minimum, applicants must be listed as a FOL Approved Provider.
Intent to Apply - Application Fee = $50
• Full-Operating Level
• Entry Level
• Full-Operating Level
• Full-Operating Level
Biennial Renewal (due every two years, in the odd year, by July 31) - Application Fee: $200
*Fee is waived if submitted in conjunction with an Application 2.
The Re-Application fee for an individual who applies after being delisted are as follows:
Position Available at PFA Counseling & Assessment
This is a flexible and dynamic position working with court-mandated clients who have committed domestic violence or other assault related crimes. Clients are referred to the agency through probation departments, and are required to complete treatment following the Colorado DVOMB standards. Employee must be self-driven, a DVOMB approved provider, and willing to work nighttime hours on some weekdays. Employee will be taking over the position from the current treatment provider, and will be able to step into an established program with existing clients.
Job Duties: Location: Aurora, CO
4-5 days per week (typically 11:00am-8:30pm), 4-8 Groups per week at 1.5 hours per group, Individual mental health counseling with clients weekly/biweekly/monthly, Intake evaluations to place clients into treatment, Potential to complete DV evaluations and mental health evaluations, Monthly peer DV supervision, Multidisciplinary Treatment Team meetings with probation and victim's advocate monthly Competitive Pay
Contact Paige Weinard: email@example.com, 720-299-7320