The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (OCADSV) is pleased to offer a new opportunity, Enhancing Sexual Assault Services Initiative (E-SASI). This 18-month initiative will provide up to six sexual and domestic violence (S/DV) programs across the state an opportunity to receive specialized support in enhancing sexual assault advocacy services. The E-SASI will utilize a four-pronged approach focused on building capacity within individual skills, organizational development, anti-oppression work, and trauma-informed practices.

The E-SASI requires participation from S/DV organizational leadership staff in addition to at least one other staff member. Selected programs should have a commitment to examining organizational policies and practices and a willingness to implement changes in order to better meet the diverse needs of all sexual assault survivors.

Participating organizations will receive training and support from OCADSV and national trainers throughout the 18-month period. Additionally, the initiative will provide opportunities to learn with and develop meaningful relationships with sibling organizations across the state through a cohort learning model.

This initiative is informed by the Resource Sharing Project's Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative (SADI).
 
To read the full E-SASI announcement, please click here
 
Questions: Contact Meagan Schorr (meagan@ocadsv.org or 503.230.1951)

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* If this application is accepted, would you be the lead staff person on this project?

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* Brief overview of your organization, including mission, history, program areas, and the community you serve:

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* Please share your organization's philosophy about sexual violence and how it is prioritized:

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* Please provide a summary of the sexual assault services your organization currently provides:

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* Please share how your organization strives to meet the needs of survivors from marginalized communities:

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* What changes do you hope to see in your organization as a result of this project?

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* Please describe your organization's leadership commitment to this project and its goals:  

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* Is your organization open to making systematic changes in order to better enhance capacity for sexual assault services?
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* Within your organization, do you have a staff member(s) leading sexual assault services?

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