Equity, diversity, inclusion (EDI), and belonging practices are vital to providing effective sexual violence services. As organizations, we have many frameworks to choose from that aim to help programs incorporate EDI practices into our day-to-day processes and procedures but this can make it overwhelming to choose! In this webinar, we will compare two of those frameworks: Accessible, Culturally Responsive, and Trauma-Informed framework (ACRTI) and the Sexual Assault Demonstration Initiative (SADI). When providing domestic violence services, ACRTI can be a great tool, while SADI provides extensive EDI tips for sexual violence and dual programs specifically. Join us to learn a bit about each framework; about each of their gaps; choosing between the two and/or making them work together.
Presenters: Itzel Olivas (she/her), Rural Project Manager, CCASA and Maria Mendez (she/her), Strengthening Sexual Assault Services Project Director, CCASA
Please note: This training was created for DVP Sexual Violence Services Project programs. DVP grantees are highly encouraged to attend, but everyone is welcome!