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LBGTQ+ Family Violence Prevention and Services

LBGTQ+ Family Violence Prevention and Services


Deadline: 19-Jul-21

The Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB), Family Violence Prevention and Services (FVPSA) Program seeks to award one cooperative agreement under the Family Violence Prevention and Services Discretionary Grants program to support a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Institute on Intimate Partner Violence (Institute) to expand and enhance the capacity of both domestic violence and LGBTQ-specific organizations to more effectively identify and respond to the unique needs of LGBTQ intimate partner violence victims.

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The Institute grant recipient will inform the development of LGBTQ-specific domestic/intimate partner violence and dating violence prevention and intervention strategies, including screening and ongoing assessment that can be replicated in local victim services programs.

The Institute will develop technical assistance, training, and resources, including emerging, promising, and best practices and guidelines, and information on evidence-informed, trauma-informed, and culturally-relevant programming to support LGBTQ individuals, families, and communities impacted by domestic violence.

The grantee will also participate in ongoing coordination and collaboration with the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA)-funded resource centers in the Domestic Violence Resource Network (DVRN), a network of training and technical assistance organizations that coordinates training and technical assistance efforts to improve domestic violence and dating violence prevention and interventions programs nationwide.

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Human Rights Initiative for supporting Women ($20,000 Grants). Deadline to apply: 1 September 2021

Top Dutch Donors that fund internationally to improve livelihoods in communities

One-time Microgrant for NGO Projects that generate Social Impact. Deadline to apply: 30 June 2021

$15,000-$25,000 Funding for Women and Children living in Extreme Poverty. Deadline to apply: 31 July 2021

Seed Grant for Grassroots Organizations and Women-led Initiatives. Deadline to apply: 31 July 2021

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IPV is a significant health and social problem among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and Two-Spirit communities and has serious physical health, mental health, and social consequences for its victims, their families, communities, and society-at-large. However, victims of IPV continue to face barriers when seeking trauma-informed and culturally competent services to prevent and address such abuse.

Purpose

Through this FOA, FYSB will support one cooperative agreement. The grantee must demonstrate its ability to accomplish the following requirements:

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Deliver state-of-the-art national training and technical assistance to enhance the organizational capacity of domestic violence programs; state domestic violence coalitions; FVPSA state administrators; Indian tribal governments; tribal organizations; LGBTQ-specific organizations; federal, state, and local government agencies; national, statewide, and local community-based organizations; allied professionals; and other key stakeholders to provide culturally relevant, linguistically appropriate, trauma-informed, survivor-centered domestic violence and dating violence intervention and prevention services that are accessible to LGBTQ victims, including persons from racially and ethnically diverse communities.
Raise and enhance the visibility of LGBTQ-specific violence and dating violence intervention and prevention strategies, prevalence statistics, model shelter/programs policies, and other issues as they emerge through the development and distribution of innovative resources; and multi-media and multi-platform public awareness, social media, and marketing campaigns.
Develop and/or utilize already existing trainings to assist state domestic violence coalitions; tribes, tribal organizations, government agencies, and community-based, and LGBTQ-specific organizations to address topics such as the following: culturally relevant survivor-centered programming; trauma-focused services; homophobia/transphobia; racial equity; LGBTQ youth and adult homelessness; girls/women of color; services for male victims; engaging faith 5 of 53 communities; needs of elder victims; the co-occurrence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and domestic violence; human trafficking; trauma-informed support for formerly incarcerated survivors; meeting the needs of survivors with substance use histories; the intersection of intimate partner violence, gun violence, and community violence prevention; and other relevant and emerging issues that impact the needs of LGBTQ survivors.
Conduct or contribute to research, frameworks, and evidence-informed interventions related to family violence, domestic violence, and dating violence prevention or intervention for LGBTQ specific victims of IPV, including, but not limited to, racial and ethnic communities, male victims of IPV, HIV-affected persons, and homeless adults and youth.
Develop partnerships and build innovative collaborations between domestic violence providers, LGBTQ-specific organizations, social services agencies, faith-based organizations, racially and ethnically specific organizations, and public health organizations.
Work collaboratively with national, statewide, and local community-based domestic violence programs; state domestic violence coalitions; FVPSA state administrators; federal, state, and local government agencies; Indian tribal governments; tribal organizations; national, statewide, and LGBTQ-specific organizations; and other entities involved in assisting survivors of domestic violence and dating violence to identify and respond to emerging issues, technical assistance requests, the adaptation of promising practices, and increasing service demands.
Implementation of periodic needs assessments of the domestic violence field and LGBTQ communities to identify unmet training and technical assistance needs, including the identification of unaddressed or under addressed topic areas and audience.
Participate actively in the coordination of nationwide technical assistance and training with the members of the DVRN and work collaboratively to develop resources as needed for the field.
Plan conferences, webinars, topical meetings, or major project meetings in consultation with FYSB to ensure participation of FYSB staff and, more specifically, facilitate at least two FYSBsponsored webinars each budget period.
Provide virtual training to a range of audiences and audience sizes, including, but not limited to, securing the necessary technical tools/platforms and ensuring staff or consultant subject matter expertise on adult learning, instructional design, and learning management systems best practices.
Plan to assist FYSB with technical and logistical support of grantee meetings and conferences, including providing insight from first-hand knowledge and experience that can inform planning, analysis, and implementation as related to identified training and technical assistance topics; identifying meeting/conference venues; subcontracting with quality presenters, facilitators and consultants; working with stakeholders to develop an agenda; arranging travel; providing onsite support; and following up on conference evaluations.
Plan travel expenses for at least one representative from the LGBTQ Institute to participate in two DVRN meetings and one FYSB-sponsored meeting each budget period. Competitive applicants should highlight qualities that demonstrate their organizational leadership and expertise in serving LGBTQ individuals from culturally diverse communities and geographic locations as well as experience providing training and technical assistance to 6 of 53 state domestic violence coalitions, local domestic violence programs, tribal programs, community-based programs and LGBTQ-specific organizations.
Funding Information

Estimated Total Funding: $600,000
Expected Number of Awards: 1
Award Ceiling: $600,000 Per Budget Period
Award Floor: $400,000 Per Budget Period Average Projected
Award Amount: $450,000 Per Budget Period
Anticipated Project Start Date: 09/30/2021
Eligibility Criteria

Eligible applicants must provide documentation demonstrating experience working directly with LGBTQ victims of domestic/intimate partner and dating violence, and their children. Applicants must be able to demonstrate their experience in providing training and technical assistance to state domestic violence coalitions, local domestic violence programs, community-based organizations, and tribal programs to which assistance, outreach, information, and technical support will be provided under this grant program.
Eligible applicants include:
Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities
State governments
Private institutions of higher education
Special district governments
Small businesses
Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
Others (see text field entitled “Additional Information on Eligibility” for clarification)
Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
Native American tribal organizations (other than Federally recognized tribal governments)
City or township governments
Independent school districts
For profit organizations other than small businesses
County governments
For more information, visit https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=331424

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