Management

An Essential Supporting Structure to Serve Survivors and Build Organizational Resilience
Webinar
July, 2017

This webinar will take an advanced look at a foundational skill in our work: communication. So much of advocates’ work with systems, survivors, and colleagues centers on effective communication. Advocates and managers are called to challenge the oppression woven into systems and do so while still maintaining a relationship to those systems. Sexual assault program staff are also responsible for challenging each other to grow in our understanding of oppression. Many of us come to the field…

Topics
Nonprofit Governance, Planning, Supervision
An Essential Supporting Structure to Serve Survivors and Build Organizational Resilience
Webinar
July, 2017

This webinar will take an advanced look at a foundational skill in our work: communication. So much of advocates’ work with systems, survivors, and colleagues centers on effective communication. Advocates and managers are called to challenge the oppression woven into systems and do so while still maintaining a relationship to those systems. Sexual assault program staff are also responsible for challenging each other to grow in our understanding of oppression. Many of us come to the field…

Topics
Nonprofit Governance, Planning, Supervision
WCSAP Webpage
August, 2017

As survivor-centered agencies, we often think about accessibility in terms of the clients who come through our doors or call our hotlines; however, as organizations we should also be thinking about how we can accommodate those individuals with disabilities that work within our agencies.

By way of creating inclusive and diverse workplaces, we need to access technical assistance and planning tools to help us be intentional, proactive, and lawfully compliant. Here are a collection of…

Topics
Nonprofit Governance, Supervision
WCSAP Webpage
August, 2017

As survivor-centered agencies, we often think about accessibility in terms of the clients who come through our doors or call our hotlines; however, as organizations we should also be thinking about how we can accommodate those individuals with disabilities that work within our agencies.

By way of creating inclusive and diverse workplaces, we need to access technical assistance and planning tools to help us be intentional, proactive, and lawfully compliant. Here are a collection of…

Topics
Nonprofit Governance, Supervision
PDF
March, 2011

Some highlights of this issue:

  • An interview with disaster sociologist Dr. Elaine Enarson
  • Interviews and articles from managers of sexual assault programs across Washington State - snapshots of what is really happening in the field
  • A disaster recovery guide
  • An article on disability considerations
  • An emergency planning fact sheet
  • A checklist of strategies you can use to create your emergency plans and recovery…
Topics
Planning
A Guide for Community Sexual Assault Programs
Recording
January, 2000

Contains Video and Make the Commitment to Cultural Competency, Conduct an Agency Cultural Competency Assessment, Compile and Interpret your Results, Gather Information about your Community, Design a Cultural Competency Plan.

  1. Community Development
  2. Cultural Competency
  3. Sexual Harassment
  • Author: The Cross Cultural Health Care Program.
  • Publisher: The Cross Cultural Health Care Program, 2000.
Topics
Anti-Oppression, Program Provision
Book
January, 2006

A guide to victim services, Community Outreach, and Contemporary Rape Crisis Centers.

  1. Victim Services
  2. Community Outreach
  3. Contemporary Rape Crisis Centers
  • Author: Anderson, Janet
  • Publisher: WCSAP, 2006.
Topics
Planning, Program Provision
Book
January, 2006

A guide to victim services, Community Outreach, and Contemporary Rape Crisis Centers.

  1. Victim Services
  2. Community Outreach
  3. Contemporary Rape Crisis Centers
  • Author: Anderson, Janet
  • Publisher: WCSAP, 2006.
Topics
Planning, Program Provision
WCSAP Webpage
January, 2012

Those in the non-profit field work hard to keep or expand funding sources in order to offer more to their community. Expanding primary prevention services can benefit the whole community though! Here are some highlights of funding sources out there and tips for writing those funding requests!

Finding Funding

Close to Home

  • A community free of sexual assault benefits everyone, so talk to community organizations about how…
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Grants & Finances

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