Technical Assistance

AzCADV staff is available to support direct service providers to survivors of domestic violence, dating violence and stalking.  We can help you:

  • Find a resource
  • Problem solve
  • By simply listening
  • Identify and implement best practices
  • Manage your board and organization

TA For Members:

AzCADV acts as a sounding-board for a variety of issues that arise when operating an organization that provides direct services to survivors of domestic violence, dating violence or stalking.

Domestic Violence Service Provision

  • Best Practices
  • Shelter Policies
  • Shelter Forms and Processes (i.e., intake forms or screening processes)
  • Confidentiality Requirements
  • Addressing the diverse needs of domestic violence victims, including serving victims from marginalized communities and working with survivors who have disabilities, mental illnesses, substance abuse issues and other complex needs
  • All the random things that come up in the course of doing this work!

Organizational Governance

  • Board Structure and Membership
  • Responsibilities of Board Members
  • Using Ethical Communication
  • Policies
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Executive Director – Board relationship
  • Staff – Board relationship
  • Board Orientation
  • Board Evaluation

Organizational Management

  • Strategic Planning
  • Succession Planning
  • Grant Writing
  • Outcome Measure and Program Evaluation

Staff Management

  • Creating job descriptions
  • Accountability Assessments
  • Human Resources Policies and Practice
  • Creating Mission-driven organizations
  • Addressing Burn-out and Compassion Fatigue

Working in the Community

  • Fundraising
  • Public Relations
  • Public Awareness
  • Training and Curriculum Development
  • Systems Advocacy