Welcome to the Safe Access for Victims’ Economic Security (SAVES) Demonstration Site Portal! This section is designed for SAVES demonstration site grantee and partner organization staff only. Please see the following pages for more information.
- Frequently Asked Questions: Here you will find responses to commonly asked questions by demonstration site staff.
- Resources: Here you will find resources, such as technical assistance snapshots, and other demonstration-site specific resources. If you have additional resources you would like to make available to the SAVES demonstration site community, please send them to [email protected] to be added to the portal resources page.
- Demonstration Site Profiles: Here you will find brief summaries of each demonstration site’s SAVES project as well as contact information for key project staff.
Below you will find upcoming training and technical assistance events as well as recordings from past events.
September 21, 2023 – Learning Community Call: Strategies for engaging those with lived experience. A world café style session with Carisa Clinton and Patricia Moen from Caminar Latino, and Shellie Taggart from Futures Without Violence.
October 19, 2023 – Learning Community Call: A discussion on engaging with those who use violence with Juan Carlos Arean from Futures Without Violence.
January 2023 – Second annual in-person SAVES Grantee Meeting in Washington, DC.
August 2023 Learning Community Call: Small group breakout discussions focused on process mapping and policy analysis. Demonstration site staff discussed approaches for process mapping and key takeaways, as well as how process mapping findings can help inform sites’ policy review and analysis.
July 2023 Learning Community Call: Small group breakout discussions on family violence indicators (FVIs). The discussions focused on how FVIs are used, challenges associated with using FVIs, as well as modifications that have been made or could be made to improve their utility in meeting the needs of survivors of domestic violence.
June 2023 Learning Community Call: The SAFeR Approach for identifying, assessing, and responding to domestic violence in child custody cases with Ana Martinez-Mullen and Tracy Shoberg from the Battered Women’s Justice Project.
May 2023 Learning Community Call: A panel discussion describing the Anoka County child support collaboration model with a local domestic violence agency moderated by Francine Mocchi, chief of the Anoka County Family Law Division.
April 2023 Learning Community Call and slides: Engaging with survivors and a debrief from the SAVES grantee meeting with Sabrina Montoya from the Colorado Division of Child Support Services and Ruby White Starr from Caminar Latino-Latinos United for Peace and Equity (LUPE).
March 2023 Domestic Violence System and Features Presentation: Child support systems and features for domestic violence cases in New Zealand with Ryan Woodfall, Tina Sim, and Julie Christians from New Zealand Inland Revenue.
March 2023 Learning Community Call: System Functionality for Domestic Violence Cases with Jonelle Sullivan from the Arizona Department of Economic Security and Geina Tharp from Oklahoma Child Support Services.