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I'm currently working to craft a comprehensive and consistent data collection and warehousing plan for a new family violence unit in a local law enforcement agency. Is anyone aware of any agencies that hav...
Jack Wagstaff
04/07/2014
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OVCRC
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I did not see a response to Angela's question. I, too, am interested in knowing mor about replicating victim services programs. Can you direct me to some background information about what you mean by &qu...
cvaughan
05/01/2013
arrow icon Unfortunately, I don't have background information that I ca...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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We're working with an already established program to incoporate our program as just one service they will offer. We sometimes experience the "us vs. them" syndrome ... any suggestions for overcom...
Tamara
05/01/2013
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Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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You mentioned corporate partnerships earlier ... any advice on getting a foot in the door with corporations to present our program?
TJL
05/01/2013
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Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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TJL
05/01/2013
arrow icon We've also been able to build some relationships with corpor...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
arrow icon In our case, it has helped to start slowly and develop a rel...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
arrow icon We have a difficult time forming deep partnerships with loca...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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Can you direct me to some background information about what you mean by "replicating victim services"? I thought I knew what that meant, but there is some other terminology being used here that ...
Andrea
05/01/2013
arrow icon I know what you mean! With regard to HALOS, we replicated ou...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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in collaborative efforts...isn't it wise to network with other local programs to maximize our services that we do have rather that to duplicate services that is currently being provided...
Arlana
05/01/2013
arrow icon I absolutely agree. We are seeing that more and more in our ...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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Are you familiar with any free evaluation tools we can use to help accurately measure the success of our program before we consider replicating the program elsewhere? We don't want to rely solely on anecdo...
SandraM
05/01/2013
arrow icon Just as a place to start, I actually like the United Way's L...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
arrow icon There are lots of great resources for evaluating programs. ...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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How can programs with limited resources serve an advocate role without jeopardizing licensure by functioning in dual roles? Often, lines are blurry. For example, if a practitioner performs an evaluation, t...
Monica
05/01/2013
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Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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I know this Session is about the funding aspects of replication, but if you don't mind, could address other obstacles you had to overcome in replicating your program?
Carol
05/01/2013
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Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
arrow icon That is actually the EASIEST thing for me to do! I feel like...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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Where do you recommend we look for funding opportunities? There are just so many agencies at the Federal and state level that we get overwhelmed sometimes!
Trisha
05/01/2013
arrow icon There are also capacity building grants available but in my ...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
arrow icon It is so overwhelming! We find that also. Our replication pr...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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Do you know of any manuals or articles on program replication that you can reccomend?
Keri
05/01/2013
arrow icon I don't have any articles that I would specifically recommen...
Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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What program measures should we be looking at to determine if we should considering replicating our program?
Anonymous
05/01/2013
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Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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Are there any no cost solutions that can help us with some aspects of program replication over others, so we know better where to direct the funding we do have?
Thomas
05/01/2013
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Kim Clifton
05/01/2013
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