This document details how agencies can provide flexible financial assistance and grants to individuals.
This article details how 501(c)3 organizations can disburse flexible funds directly to survivors, and explains procedures to eliminate potential tax implications for survivors.
Summary of the Washington State 2017 Legislative Session. This report includes information on the final budget, as well as legislation supported by WSCADV which passed.
Infographic: Using Flexible Funding to Prevent Homelessness of Domestic Violence Survivors
This is an example of a survivor-driven, trauma informed screening form/tool from New Beginnings.
This file contains an example of survivor-driven and trauma informed shelter intake forms, policies, and procedure from LifeWire in Bellevue, WA.
This article provides a brief overview of the current evidence behind best practices in helping survivors of domestic violence obtain safe and stable housing, including mobile advocacy, flexible funding, and attending to safety, and the methods to use when implementing those elements.
This guide provides tips and tools for mobile advocacy, including home visiting and safety planning tips.
This webinar on evaluations covers: – How staff sees themselves developing in their work – What new skills or information have they learned – What challenges might be creating barriers to staff success – Individual strengths to successfully move them into the future – And so much more!
Use this survey to assess whether your program is effectively using mobile advocacy.