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TTA Network Resource Directory

 

The searchable online directory provides information on current OVC-funded training and technical assistance (TTA) projects and allows easy access to those TTA resources for the victim services field. This directory will increase effective referrals between TTA providers and support information- and resource-sharing among agencies.



Project Name

Enhancing Law Enforcement Response to Victims (ELERV)

Increasing Access to Victim Services for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Who Have a Serious Mental Illness

State Victim Assistance Academy Resource Center

Cyberviolence Court Training Initiative (CCTI)

Self-Help Circles for American Indian and Alaska Native Survivors of Homicide: A Wellbriety Approach

Responding to Original Victims in Wrongful Conviction Cases

Seek Then Speak and Victim Link

Linking Systems of Care for Children and Youth

National Crime Victim Law Institute's Technology & Law Project

Post-Conviction Victims' Rights Knowledge, Access and Enforcement

Wraparound Victim Legal Assistance Networks

Center for Victim Research

National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center

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How to Search

Enter search term.*

For example, if searching for a primary TTA audience, you may enter 'law enforcement' or 'prosecutor.' If searching for a training topic, you may enter 'sexual assault' or 'mass violence.'

*Please note, this directory includes information on the types of TTA available, primary audiences, victimization types, and pertinent referral information.

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