Management

Examining the Empowerment Model and Ageism to Serve Youth Better
Webinar
December, 2015

Working with young people who have been sexually assaulted can often be a daunting task for advocates and volunteers. Often, sexual assault advocates are tasked with "specializing" in so many areas of victimization, that it becomes overwhelming. How can one use the expertise that they already have to their benefit when working with young people? What barriers stand in the way of serving youth in a relevant and empowering way? In this webinar, participants will get an overview of what makes…

Topics
Child Sexual Abuse, Supervision
To Increase Your Agency's Organizational Capacity
Webinar
January, 2018

This webinar will provide an overview for Executive Directors and management staff on how to empower and motivate your staff to be invested in your agency’s success along with building your overall organizational capacity and sustainability. The webinar will address how to conduct an organizational assessment of your personnel management needs and provide recommendations for supervision, staff orientation, staff development, succession planning, training, workplans, and performance…

Topics
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
To Serve Survivors With Disabilities
Webinar
December, 2017

This webinar will provide an overview of the performance indicators, a first-of-its-kind comprehensive tool to track and improve the capacity of organizations to serve survivors with disabilities. Presenters will discuss how the performance indicator system was developed, what the system measures, and how the system can be used. There will also be an opportunity for questions about how to use the system in your organization

Topics
Disability, Nonprofit Governance, Program Provision
To Improve Staff Compensation
Webinar
January, 2016

Federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funding is becoming available for improving staff wages, benefits, and basic FTE’s for domestic violence, sexual assault, and crime victims’ programs that are currently contracted with OCVA and DSHS. Discover tips and ideas on how to think through your plan to improve employee pay and benefits, working with your board or tribal council, and more.

Topics
Grants & Finances
For Supporting Sexual Assault Services
Webinar
March, 2018

Often, our policies do not adequately recognize the distinct needs of survivors of sexual violence or value long-term emotional safety and ongoing emotional support. In this workshop, participants will learn strategies for supporting strong sexual assault services through regular review and revision of policies, procedures, staff structures, and agency forms. While also building staff resiliency, employing a problem-solving stance and bringing to the surface differences and encouraging the…

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Program Provision
Webinar
December, 2017

This webinar will explore strategically structuring prevention sessions, as well as ensuring sessions and programs are connected to the broader prevention vision and goals. The trainer will give attendees ideas on how to design prevention sessions that utilize effective and engaging practices, such as setting specific and achievable learning objectives and incorporating diverse teaching techniques that are respective of multiple learning styles. Oftentimes preventionists are asked to cover a…

Topics
Planning
Webinar
January, 2015

This webinar was co-sponsored by the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV) and WCSAP.

Confidentiality and privilege are key foundations of our advocacy with survivors of sexual and domestic violence. But how does that work when we're served with a subpoena?

Topics
Program Provision
Visioning for the Shift in Washington State
Webinar
April, 2015

Around the nation, and now in Washington State, there has been a push for more comprehensive prevention efforts by providing saturated resources. This model allows for more robust staff and agency time and resources to invest in prevention. With this shift there may be questions about how to design this type of comprehensive prevention programming on the ground.

This webinar will provide an overview of the guidance within our state and share stories from other states about local…

Topics
Program Provision

OCVA Grantees

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