September

14

Tuesday

(1 Event)

September
2

TA Call: Richmond Area Partnership Roundtable (An LGBTQ Awareness Project)

10am

LocationTeleconference

DescriptionJoin this call to hear from members of the Richmond Area Partnership to Enhance Services to LGBTQ Survivors and Raise Awareness of Violence in LGBTQ Communities (RAP)! This collaborative group has been working on community based responses to violence while encouraging service providers to improve their accessibility to LGBTQ survivors.

ContactTraining Institute
804.377.0335
training@vsdvalliance.org

Wednesday

(1 Event)

September
3

Dismantling Racism: Roots of Violence, Roots of Change

LocationNorthern Virginia

DescriptionTaking action to address racism in our organizations is a commitment that requires resources, knowledge, and a willingness to practice and learn. This two day training will offer participants opportunities to explore the roots of racism and to witness how racism is intrinsically linked to violence in our communities. Participants will engage in discussion and build skills needed for implementing change in themselves, in their organizations, and in their communities. Intended Audience: Advocates, volunteers, board members, and staff of Sexual and Domestic Violence Agencies. Cost: $75, includes lunch and materials; member discounts available

ContactKathy Pierce
804.377.0335
kpierce@vsdvalliance.org

Thursday

(1 Event)

September
11

Governing Body Meeting

10am

LocationCharlottesville

Description

ContactLinda Winston
804.377.0335
lwinston@vsdvalliance.org

Friday

(1 Event)

September
12

VAdata Advanced Training

LocationRichmond

DescriptionAre you a Director who wants to learn more about what VAdata can do for you? Are you responsible for your agency’s grant reporting and want to learn more about how VAdata can make your grant reporting easier? Did you know that VAdata provides 14 different data reports, including reports for your primary grants through DCJS and VDSS? Are you hesitant to trust the reports in VAdata? If so, this VAdata report training is just what you’re looking for! After this training you will understand: When and how to use the reports in VAdata; queries - how to use them to audit VAdata and retrieve information you’ve put into VAdata; how to use VAdata reports in grant writing, public awareness, and other community awareness activities; and how VAdata data entry impacts your quarterly statistical reports. Intended audience: Staff & volunteers of Sexual and Domestic Violence Agencies. Cost: $20 includes materials (no lunch); member discounts available.

ContactKathy Pierce
804.377.0335
kpierce@vsdvalliance.org

Thursday

(1 Event)

September
18

Action Alliance Membership Meeting

5pm

LocationGreat Wolf Lodge, Williamsburg

DescriptionOur membership meeting will be held in conjunction with the DCJS Domestic Violence Homicide Reduction Conference (co-sponsored by the Action Alliance, Office of the Attorney General, the Virginia Victim Assistance Network, and the Virginia Worker’s Compensation Commission’s Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund). If you would like more information about membership or the meeting, please contact Linda Winston via email: lwinston@vsdvalliance.org.

ContactLinda Winston
804.377.0335
lwinston@vsdvalliance.org

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