6.7 Domestic Violence Providers and Coordinated Assessment: Challenges and Opportunities

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Conference Presentation | February 22, 2013

Files: Domestic Violence Providers and Coordinated Assessment in Montgomery County, Ohio by Joyce Probst MacAlpine (PDF | 839 KB | 15 slides) Domestic Violence Providers and Coordinated Assessment: Challenges and Opportunities by Samantha Batko (PDF | 464 KB | 4 slides) Domestic Violence Providers and Coordinated Assessment: Challenges and Opportunities by Monica Bernhard (PDF | 997 KB | 13 slides) Checklist: Incorporating Domestic Violence Providers into a Coordinated Assessment Process by Samantha Batko (PDF | 108 KB | 3 pages)

A successful coordinated assessment process for survivors will require solid and safe assessment and referral processes, quick linkages to permanent housing, and special consideration for survivors’ various safety, privacy, and confidentiality needs. This workshop will explore successful collaborations around coordinated assessment between the domestic violence and homeless assistance systems in different communities, keys to assessing survivors’ needs effectively, and the potential advantages of a single coordinated assessment process for all homeless and survivor households

  • Samantha Batko, National Alliance to End Homelessness, Washington, DC (Moderator)
  • Monica Bernhard, Kitsap Community Resources, Bermerton, WA
  • Joyce Probst MacAlpine, Montgomery County, Dayton, OH