Language Access Act Compliance Training (New!) - This webinar provides participants with an overview of the District's Language Access Act and guidance for grantees on how to report data in Zoomgrants to OVSJG. The OVSJG ZoomGrants Reporting Guide can be found here. For more Language Access resources please visit the Office of Human Rights website at ohr.dc.gov. Slidedeck.
Building a Budget Webinar (Powerpoint Presentation)- The budget and budget narrative are significant elements of an application for funding from OVSJG. If you are considering applying for funding from OVSJG, you are strongly encouraged to view this webinar prior to submitting your budget. In this webinar, you will learn about the three elements of the budget framework, the specific categories to be included in a budget proposal, and where you can access additional resources.
Beyond the Basics: Collecting and Utilizing Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Data Webinar Recording - This webinar will provide guidance on best practices for collecting sexual orientation and gender identity information from clients. This webinar was recorded using Adobe Connect; you will be prompted to download Adobe Connect to view the webinar.
DC Victim Academy: Elder Abuse Training Resources - This training will enhance victim service providers' abilities to respond to survivors of abuse in later life. The presentation will cover all types of elder abuse, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, criminal neglect, and financial exploitation.
DC Victim Academy: Mass Disaster Training Resources - This Academy is designed to prepare victim service providers – legal, mental health, advocacy, outreach, prevention, education…anyone – to serve in a victim services role in the event of a criminally-related mass disaster in the District.
Privacy and Confidentiality Webinar - This webinar will provide information on best practices for maintaining victim privacy and confidentiality, work with releases of information to benefit victims and navigate crime victim privacy in an interdisciplinary setting.
Grantees who recieve federal funding administered by OVSJG (i.e., Byrne, Title II, VOCA, VAWA, SASP, Coverdell, RSAT) are required to abide by certain federal civil rights laws as a condition of receiving the grant award. The underlying principle is that that the revenue that people contribute to the federal government cannot be used in a discriminatory manner in federally assisted programs. The following resources will assist federal subgrantees in understanding and complying with the federal civil rights laws.