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STOP TA Clinic: 11/9/20 Engaging Culturally Specific Communities in the STOP Implementation Planning Process with Olga Trujillo

This Clinic featured Olga Trujillo who focused on how STOP Administrators can engage with culturally specific communities during the STOP Implementation Planning Process and maintaining relationships with stakeholders in communities beyond the year Implementation Plans are due. Olga discussed grantmaking strategies, culturally specific services, and the impact of COVID-19 on communities. Culturally Specific,New Administrators,Underserved Populations
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Domestic Violence Homicide Reduction Workshop Series Part 1: Current Prevention Efforts, Gaps, What the Data Say, and What You Can Do to Address the Needs of Underserved Communities

The STOP Implementation Plan process requires STOP Administrators and their planning partners to examine and analyze a number of factors related to domestic violence homicides in the state, meaningfully respond to the needs of underserved communities, and articulate a STOP planning and grantmaking strategy that addresses all of these issues. This workshop is designed to ….  Read More
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Domestic Violence Homicide Reduction Workshop Series Part 3: Understanding and Applying Research and Qualitative Data for Domestic Violence Homicide Reduction Efforts

This workshop focuses on understanding and applying qualitative research and data approaches to domestic violence homicide in underserved communities. The workshop: ● Defines qualitative research and data approaches; ● Explores possible qualitative research questions; ● Provides guidance on choosing the right qualitative data collection method; ● Shares tips about qualitative research and data, as well ….  Read More
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Webinar: For Deaf, By Deaf: What STOP Administrators Can Do to Support Deaf Survivors’ Healing and Justice

There are more than 7 million Deaf and hard of hearing people in the United States. They are two times more likely to be victims of domestic violence and sexual assault than hearing people, and face cultural and communication barriers to hearing victim services and other systems-based responses. “For Deaf, by Deaf” victim services – ….  Read More
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Webinar: A-Z Advocacy Model: How Asian/Pacific Islander Programs Operationalize Culturally-Specific Services

The A-Z Advocacy Model for Asian and Pacific Islander Survivors identifies the integration of program design principles and evidence-informed practices that address some of the unique abuser, family, community, and systems generated risks that API survivors face. This webinar addresses how the A-Z Advocacy Model can inform the development of STOP implementation plans; engage with ….  Read More
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A Practical Guide for Creating Trauma-Informed Disability, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault Organizations

Download here: A Practical Guide for Creating Trauma-Informed Disability, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault Organizations Accessibility,Certifications,Confidentiality,Courts,Civil Legal System,Criminal Justice,Culturally Specific,Data,Dating Violence,Deaf/Hard of Hearing,Disabilities,Domestic Violence,Elder Abuse,FAQs,Financial,Grant Administration,Human Trafficking,Language Access,Law Enforcement,Legal Services,LGBTQ+,Match,New Administrator,Nondiscrimination,Planning Committee,Prosecution,Protection Orders,Sexual Assault,Stalking,Subgrantees,Trauma,Tribes,Underserved Populations,VAWA,Victim Services
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Implementation Plan Guidance Tool

The Guidance Tool provides more comprehensive guidance to STOP Implementation Plan development in a tool that tracks the OVW Implementation Plan Checklist. The Tool offers links to statutory language and regulations, suggests methods for communicating information, and provides examples of ways to approach and meet elements of the Checklist. Download here: STOP Formula Grants Program Implementation Plan Guidance ….  Read More
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