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.
A toolkit to help you create a Teen Leadership Council in your community: WSCADV has benefited from spending time with young people from across the state. Your own local TLC will help you connect with youth in your community and partner with them on your prevention work.
How do initiatives and referendums work in Washington State? This fact sheet provides information on the ballot measure process.
Recording of the 2016 legislative summary webinar originally held on May 5, 2016.
Domestic violence survivors can apply for health insurance through their state’s health exchange at any time, even outside the open enrollment period.
This two-pager provides definitions of the pillars of the DV Housing First approach: survivor-driven mobile advocacy, flexible financial assistance, community engagement, and housing stability.
Summary of the Washington State legislative session in 2016.