As partners of Colorado’s Project Catalyst, DVP and Violence Free Colorado would like to offer resources for funded organizations geared towards the health, wellness, and safety of domestic violence survivors. Any DVP-funded organization is eligible to receive these free resources, which include reproductive coercion toolkits, first aid kits, individual use over-the-counter medication, and more.
Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the “Data Collection Best Practices” tools in March and April. DVP incorporated many of the suggested changes, reviewed the tools with the Advisory Committee, and would like to provide everyone with the revised copies for one last review before they are finalized.
DVP is pleased to announce that our very own Chelsea Baldwin has been promoted! Find out more about this by clicking Read More.
Question: When completing the Second Quarter Report in April, I was a little confused about the Services Provided section. Is this new?
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Question: Is the CAFE able to track data for other types of crime victims?
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The State of Colorado, Department of Human Services, Office of Children, Youth, and Families, Domestic Violence Program (DVP) has released a Request for Applications (RFA) for the purpose of expanding the availability of domestic violence services. Click on the Read More link to learn about this funding opportunity.
DVP requests feedback from advocates at funded organizations on the draft of Data Collection Best Practices Organization Self-Assessment and other data collection documents. This Self-Assessment will be completed by each organization as part of the contract requirements listed in Outcome #5.
Did you know that DVP and Violence Free Colorado have policy templates available for funded organizations? There is an extensive index of policy templates available for download on the DVP website. DVP funded organizations are encouraged to use the policy templates to ensure required policies meet Federal Rules and State Standards.
MINDSOURCE has opened a funding opportunity for community organizations and individuals dedicated to educating, creating awareness, and fulfilling other projects that offer innovative training approaches to professionals, parents, survivors, families and the general community about brain injury.