The Evaluation Team of Ashley Wilson of AK Wilson Consulting and Mozhdeh Bruss from Alarus Development are conducting a webinar series on building organizational capacity for evaluation. These webinars are to help you and your organization prepare to implement MOVERS.
Is your organization still deciding on your ACRTI goal for FFY20? Need some inspiration? Look no further! We asked representatives from the organizations to answer some questions about their goal-setting process. Click to learn more and be sure to set your goal ASAP!
A strong bond with a caregiving adult is the number one resilience factor for children. One way advocacy organizations can support strong bonds between survivors and their children is by delivering Kids Club and Mom’s Empowerment Program, an evidence-based intervention. Six DVP-funded organizations will be trained in March to implement Kids Club and Mom’s Empowerment program in Colorado!
Question: We like the client rights template that is available to organizations. However, the majority of people that we serve are Spanish speaking. Is this document translated into Spanish? If not, can it be?
Every February across the United States, teens and those who support them join together for a national effort to raise awareness to teen dating violence. Dating violence is more common than many people think. One in three teens in the U.S. will experience physical, sexual, or emotional abuse by someone they are in a relationship with before they become adults. Click to learn more about what we can do this year to support young people during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
In recognition of the impact that the closing of SOL and BSeedz had on LGBTQI communities, particularly Queer-Trans-Black-Indigenous-People-of-Color (QTBIPoC) and QueerTrans-People-of-Color (QTPoC), three separate “Listening Circles” were convened in September 2019. The team has released a report that provides a snapshot of topics and themes from these sessions.
Providing survivor-defined advocacy to all people surviving domestic violence is not a simple task! To assist with the invaluable work that advocates across the US are engaging in every day, the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act administration supports 15 providers known as the Domestic Violence Resource Network (DVRN) who “promote practices and strategies to improve our nation’s response to domestic violence and make safety and justice for all families a priority.” Did you know that your organization can access these providers at no cost? It’s true! Click to learn more!
Have you ever wondered how other organizations in Colorado are serving children and youth? DVP did, so we have an exciting announcement to learn more!
Is your organization still deciding on your ACRTI goal for FFY20? Need some inspiration? Look no further! DVP has launched a new Alert segment titled “Organization Spotlight” to take a closer look at some Colorado organizations who have shared their ACRTI goal(s) with DVP. We asked representatives from the organizations to answer some questions about their goal-setting process.
DVP would like to share some new and updated templates with funded organizations - be sure to check out what we have and download to adapt for your own organization as needed.