This article gives an overview of the results and outcomes of implementing the DV Housing First approach in four agencies in South Central WA, between January 2016-January 2018.
Deadria Boyland and June Loveall plan to do a deep dive into the issue of staff retention and how it affects the bottom line. We’ll talk about onboarding, work culture, competitive wages and benefits, as well as longevity. We will reference Strategies for Staff Retention in Cris Sullivan’s ‘Mission-focused Management & Empowerment Handbook.’ “Low pay, […]
Our Prevention – You can do it! cheat sheet helps to shed light on the sometimes tricky task of figuring out how to make the most of your limited time to do prevention. It helps answer the question, “Is this prevention or is this community education?” and provides guiding principles to reflect upon as you […]
Washington State law requires courts to order surrender of firearms with certain domestic violence protective orders. But does it work? This document lists potential strategies for advocates, law enforcement and courts at each stage of Protection Order process to ensure safe removal of firearms from abusers.
When does Washington law require surrender of weapons with a protective order? Under state law, courts issuing certain protective orders must order the respondent to surrender firearms and concealed pistol license.
This file explains how providing flex funding to a survivor can affect their eligibility for TANF benefits, and how you can work with survivors to maximize their benefits.
Legislative priorities for WSCADV in the 2018 legislative session.
This file contains an infographic about mobile advocacy, including information about what advocates and directors who have implemented it have to say.
WSCADV uses flexible funds to help implement the Domestic Violence Housing First model in eight Washington State direct service agencies. This document gives details on how funds were distributed to survivors via these agencies between August 1, 2016 – July 31, 2017.
This PowerPoint presentation by Dr. Cris Sullivan will explain how to develop and use effective and realistic evaluation standards for your program.