This post is part of a series to support communities as they work on their 2018 NOFA applications. You can see previous entries here, here, and here. Survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, and trafficking are particularly vulnerable to […]
This webinar focuses on shelters that serve families and survivors of domestic violence and discusses how to retool your shelter’s rules, expectations, and policies and procedures in a low-barrier environment that prioritizes safety for participants and staff. Additional Resources: Download […]
Every day vulnerable people fleeing domestic violence are denied shelter. It’s not because they don’t need it or because they are ineligible. It is simply because there is no room. Domestic violence programs are designed to provide safe refuge and […]
Coordinated assessment centers must be prepared to serve domestic violence survivors seeking assistance and must be able to accommodate their safety and confidentiality needs. The tool below will help communities ensure their coordinated assessment process is serving survivors as safely […]
The Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV) recently coordinated an exciting pilot project to test a housing first approach with domestic violence (DV) survivors. They detail how rapid re-housing can work for domestic violence survivors.