Guide for registering to vote if you are currently homeless. See also: Voting If You Have a Felony Conviction
Guide for registering to vote after a felony conviction. See also: Voting When You Are Homeless
An online info session about how to use the Family Violence Service Plan tool to help create a TANF plan that works for survivors.
An online info session about DSHS’s TANF sanction policy as it applies to those experiencing abuse.
An online info session about DSHS’s Family Violence Time Limit Extension policy—What it is, how survivors can access it, and the procedures that DSHS staff must follow.
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 […]
In this webinar, WSCADV is joined by Division of Child Support Staff to cover what DV advocates need to know in order to help survivors pursue (or not) child support safely.
This webinar covers how to have a prevention lens and incorporate domestic violence prevention into all of your programming. Prevention strategies and theories are presented to help you embrace the idea that prevention is possible!
2016 brings us new requirements and opportunities to do prevention. This webinar covers what’s in store for us as we move forward with our vision of ending domestic violence, including new funding requirements for prevention for DSHS contractors as well as information about new funding starting in FY17.
Supervision is a collaborative process and is ultimately about making a connection. Here are some resources to help you in your work.