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Free Technical Assistance: Building Partnerships Project

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The National Resource Center on Reaching Victims of Crime, in collaboration with the National Children’s Advocacy Center, is seeking applications for the Building Partnerships Project.

This pilot project seeks to enhance partnerships between VOCA Administrators, state child advocacy center chapters, and other state-level partners serving child victims of crime.

The successful applicant will receive no-cost technical assistance from the National Children’s Advocacy Center to improve collaboration and develop a plan to deliver enhanced services to child victims of crime.

Improved partnerships among stakeholders offer opportunities for innovative and collaborative engagement strategies for reaching and effectively serving all child victims.

No direct grant funding of any kind will be provided.

Submit both your letter of interest and application for the Building Partnerships Project by 11:59 p.m. p.t. on March 8, 2019 (2:59 a.m. e.t. on March 9, 2019).

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Date Created: May 6, 2020