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NGO Recordings

Are You Really Open for Business? Language Access Planning and Title VI Compliance

December 8, 2020
Presenters: Cannon Han, Asian-Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence

The Stalking Presentation, Awareness, and Resource Center (English)

January 12, 2021
Presenters: Jennifer Landhuis, SPARC

The Department of Justice Grant Auditing Process

October 1, 2021
Presenters: Office of the Inspector General
This webinar will familiarize grantees with the Department of Justice grant audit process. For the full webinar series, please visit https://oig.justice.gov/about/grant-audits.htm.

OVW Special Condition on Workplace-Related Sexual Misconduct & Domestic/Dating Violence

October 1, 2021
Presenters: Office on Violence Against Women and Futures Without Violence
OVW has adopted a new Special Condition on Workplace-Related Sexual Misconduct and Domestic/Dating Violence. This webinar is specifically for OVW TA providers to prepare for this special condition and create required policies and training programs.

Introducing the 2021 Justice for Families Grantees

November 29, 2021
Presenters: Office on Violence Against Women, Center for Court Innovation, & Inspire Action for Social Change
The Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) provide a welcome and overview of the Justice for Families program. This session reviews the JFF program requirements, administering the grant, complying with special conditions, and working collaboratively to implement your award. Technical Assistance providers explain their role in supporting the work of JFF grantees as well as facilitate introductions between sites.

Grants Financial Management - Justice for Families

November 30, 2021
Presenters: Suheyla Lasky, Office on Violence Against Women
This session provides information on how to financially manage your OVW grant program.

Understanding Supervised Visitation

December 6, 2021
Presenters: Inspire Action for Social Change
In this session, participants engage in a virtual experiential exercise to gain an understanding of the complexity of the lives of those who utilize supervised visitation services, the systems they have experienced, and the interveners in their lives. At the completion of the virtual exercise, participants will enhance their learning about the foundational elements of supervised visitation services in the context of JFF funded programming.

Court Engagement and Advocacy in Community Collaboration

December 7, 2021
Presenters: Center for Court Innovation
Grantee sites explore the meaning of effective court and community collaboration in approaching intimate partner violence. This includes examining the impact of IPV in their communities and the roles and responsibilities for key stakeholders in their JFF project plans. Emphasis is placed on maintaining the distinct roles of advocates and court staff in supporting survivors.

Justice for Families Grant Program Progress Reporting

December 8, 2021
Presenters: VAWA MEI

Building Meaningful Partnerships That Support Safety, Healing, and Change

December 13, 2021
Presenters: Inspire Action for Social Change
During the current health crisis, many programs and systems had to focus solely on how they would provide services and support to families experiencing IPV in new and remote ways. In this session, we explore how JFF funded grantees can work to build and enhance their collaborations utilizing creative and virtual approaches that will strengthen their supervised visitation programming. We explore how to effectively collaborate on the design and use of visitation center space as well as the review, revision, or development of supervised visitation policy and procedures.

Effective Court-Based Domestic Violence Education and Strategic Planning for Your JFF Project

December 14, 2021
Presenters: Center for Court Innovation
Adult education is a critical component for each JFF project. This session provides practical steps to plan, design and implement effective training programs. Participants explore promising practices for court-based education on IPV to maximize the impact of their projects. Sites identify the benefits of strategic planning for their JFF projects and explore the components for a successful strategic plan. TA providers provide tools to help guide participants.






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Register for Supervised Visitation Immersion Training

For all New OVW JFF grantees - Participation Requirement: All new 2021 OVW JFF grantees with a supervised visitation component of their award and re-funded grantee sites who have had more than a 12-month lapse of previous funding are required to attend this 4-session virtual training on supervised visitation. Grantees are encouraged to send all visitation program staff and key community partners.