To support victim service agencies and allied professionals during these challenging times, OVC TTAC is temporarily accepting applications submitted 60 days prior to your desired start date.
If you are unsure which training option best fits your organization's training needs, please call 1–866–682–8822 and ask to speak with an OVC TTAC TTA Specialist.
You can also email OVC TTAC at TTAC@ovcttac.org to schedule a phone call to discuss your interest in training and technical assistance.
Before you start an application, please speak with a training and technical assistance (TTA) specialist to discuss your TTA interests and learn about the available TTA options. You can contact a TTA specialist by phone at 1–866–682–8822 or by email at email@example.com.
It may also be helpful to check your eligibility.
Your application must be submitted a minimum of 60 calendar days before the desired start date of the event.
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Apply by Mail, Fax, or Email
Note: If you submit your application by mail (USPS), fax, or email, OVC TTAC must receive it no later than 60 days prior to your desired start date.
To apply by mail, download and complete the application form below:
Training and Technical Assistance Application (MS Word, 102 KB)
Send your completed application form and cover letter to OVC TTAC at the address, Fax, or email listed below.
Attn: Training and Technical Assistance
1902 Reston Metro Plaza
Reston, VA 20190
After you submit the application, a TTA specialist will contact you via email to schedule an intake phone call. Generally, the call will be scheduled within 1 week of submitting your application. This call will confirm that your organization is eligible for the training and/or technical assistance and help move your application forward. OVC TTAC will ask for additional information about your organization and event logistics. There are some additional requirements for trainings selected from the catalog of standard curriculum trainings. Your assigned TTA specialist will review and confirm those requirements with you.
This is also the time to discuss your training and/or technical assistance needs in more detail, including any possible needs for ongoing technical assistance to support your organization to better respond to crime victims.
We look forward to working with you.
What is capacity building?
Capacity building refers to the process of identifying the internal and external barriers that inhibit victim services organizations, allied professionals, or individual providers from delivering effective services to all crime victims, and building on existing strengths, enhancing skills, and providing new tools to overcome those barriers. TTA specialists will conduct a thorough needs assessment to maximize the use of OVC's resources to build capacity.