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In recognition of January’s National Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month, we hosted this 20th Anniversary Commemoration of OVC’s Anti-Trafficking Programs event.
The event theme is Collaboration, Transformation, and Impact: 20 Years of OVC’s Anti-Trafficking Efforts, which highlights grantees’ impact on the lives of thousands of trafficking survivors over two decades of OVC funding, assistance and support, while also looking to the future as the Department of Justice’s response to human trafficking continues to evolve.
This recorded webinar is for new Human Trafficking victim service providers and Enhanced Collaborative Model task forces grantees funded by OVC in FY 2022 and forward. It provides information on performance measure reporting, reporting requirements and due dates, how to navigate the Performance Measurement Tool (PMT) and complete quarterly performance measure reports, and upload semiannual reports into the JustGrants system. View the webinar presentation slides.
This video reflects on the changes, growth, and lessons learned over the years, with a look to the future as federal anti-trafficking efforts continue to evolve.
Learn how OVC anti-trafficking programing has helped ensure quality services are available and accessible to survivors.
This video acknowledges the partnerships that have been created through OVC anti-trafficking funding over the last 20 years.
It highlights efforts to strengthen collaborations with survivor leaders; establish partnerships; reduce barriers to care and services; and provide a more coordinated and victim-centered response.
This recorded webinar is for Human Trafficking victim service providers and Enhanced Collaborative Model task forces funded by OVC in FY 2020 and forward. It provides information on the how collected quantitative performance measure data will inform semiannual narrative responses, shares new semiannual performance reporting tips and tricks, and shows grantees how examining their own grant performance measure data can build stories based on grant activity for their semiannual report responses. View the webinar presentation slides.
OVC Principal Deputy Director Katherine Darke Schmitt discusses National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, resources for those interested in funding and peer review opportunities, the status of the Crime Victims Fund, and more.
This OVC webinar provides guidance for VOCA Victim Compensation Grantees on how to use the performance measure data entered into the Performance Measurement Tool (PMT) to inform the annual report. During the webinar, members of the OVC’s performance measurement team provide information on the annual reporting questions and explore each question and what responses should entail. The team also highlights how a clear and concise annual report can tell the story of the qualitative data and the grant activities completed by grantees. View the webinar presentation.
OVC Director Kristina Rose discusses support for survivors of homicide, her reflections on the September 2022 Office on Violence Against Women's Government-to-Government Tribal Consultation, FY 2022 funding awards, and the Crime Victims Fund and its current balance.
This recorded webinar is for Human Trafficking victim service providers and Enhanced Collaborative Model task forces funded by OVC in FY 2020 and forward. It provides information on the performance reporting requirements, report types and due dates, and how to access and navigate the PMT platform for reporting purposes. View the webinar presentation slides.
In this podcast, we hear from Unique Patterson who discusses his experience as a gun violence survivor who suffered paralysis from the victimization. Joining Unique on the podcast is Dr. Liza Chowdury, Director of the Paterson Healing Collective, a hospital-based violence intervention program (HVIP). Staff of the Paterson Healing Collective connected with Unique while he was in the hospital, recovering from his injuries. In addition to receiving supportive services, Unique also received financial assistance from the state compensation program.
This recorded webinar for Office for Victims of Crime Transforming Victim Services grantees provides information on the performance reporting requirements, report types and due dates, and how to access and navigate both the PMT and JustGrants platforms for reporting purposes.
Derek Marchman has developed and implemented programs affecting victims and the victims’ rights movement for the last 30 years in the State of Georgia and nationwide. Mr. Marchman began his criminal justice career as a Probation Officer, and then moved on to working with state legislators to improve crime victim services. At the Georgia Governor’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Mr. Marchman helped shape the victim assistance field by enhancing and increasing services and funding for victims of crime.