Capacity Building, Training, & Technical Assistance

Allstate Foundation: Moving Ahead

GCASAFV is collaborating with St. Anthony Catholic Church, Guma’ Mami, and Tohge to implement the Allstate Foundation’s Moving Ahead Curriculum with training provided by the National Network to End Domestic Violence. The Moving Ahead Curriculum, a five-module curriculum that helps prepare survivors with financial education as they move from short-term safety to long-term security, has been proven through research to help domestic violence survivors become more independent, feel safer, more hopeful, and less financially strained.

Training, Awareness & Technical Assistance (TA&TA, ‘TA2’) Thrive Project

The TA2 Thrive project builds on GCASAFV’s prior initiatives that, due to restrictions initially imposed because of the pandemic, has transformed the ‘TA2’ work to virtual village outreach. The project aims to strengthen community supports for those dealing with sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking through training, awareness, technical assistance 2 THRIVE as we continue to recover from the challenges of this global pandemic.

Supporting Safe Spaces & Healthy Communities (S3HC) Project

With the COVID-19 pandemic greatly impacting services to victims/survivors of family violence and dating violence on our island, the S3HC Project will provide technical assistance and support agency partners to improve access to needed services in all spaces – work, home, and community.


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