The drinking water you receive at your tap is provided by Denver Water through several connections to the network of pipes owned by Columbine Water & Sanitation District.
DVP is pleased to share the work of funded community-based advocacy organizations who serve survivors of domestic violence and their families throughout Colorado. Click below to learn more.
Click below to read a message from Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence regarding the closing of SOL and BSeedz has had on LGBTQI communities, particularly Queer-Trans-Black-Indigenous-People-of-Color (QTBIPoC) and QueerTrans-People-of-Color (QTPoC) and the three separate “Listening Circles” that will be convened in September.
DVP is excited to announce changes in the way that we monitor funded organizations. DVP monitors funded organizations to ensure quality programming, sound fiscal management, and adherence to Federal Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) requirements, State rules, and CDHS contract terms. Click below to learn more about these changes.
At the end of every Federal Fiscal Year (FFY), funded programs must complete the Family Violence Prevention & Services Act (FVPSA) Year-End Report. This includes general organization information, programming specifics, and a chance to share survivor stories and other information to highlight your work and survivor realities. Click below to view the form and learn more.
DVP recently hosted a webinar with the Children’s Wellness Center of Colorado regarding an evidence-based intervention, Kids Club and Mom’s Empowerment Program, that is designed for community-based organizations to promote strong bonds between survivors and their children and to support children who have experienced domestic violence in the home.
Click below to get the link for the webinar and learn more.