CCADV has three levels of membership eligibility:
|Domestic Violence Program: an agency or organization which holds a 501.c.3 designation from the Internal Revenue Service or is a Tribe or a Tribal Program ; provides direct crisis intervention and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and/or stalking; whose advocates are subject to the provision of the victim advocate privilege statute CRS 13-90-107 (1)(K), and that supports the vision, mission and values of the Coalition;|
|Community Partner: agency or organization that works directly or indirectly with victims or perpetrators of domestic violence, sexual assault, teen dating violence and/or stalking and/or are working to reduce domestic violence through education, public policy or social change, and supports the mission, vision and values of the Coalition, but does not meet the qualifications of a Domestic Violence Program.|
|Individuals: Individual persons who support the mission, vision and values of the Coalition and who wish to be affiliated with those addressing issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, teen dating violence and/or stalking.|
Membership benefits include:
|A strong statewide voice for legislation and public policy that improves safety and options for victims of domestic violence|
|Systems advocacy to improve institutional response to domestic violence|
|The annual Colorado Advocacy In Action conference which brings in local and national trainers and facilitators
|Eligibility for participation in Coalition funded projects such as the Rural Coordinated Community Response Team Project, the Rural Latin@ Outreach Project, and the Trauma-Informed Care Learning Groups|
|Additional training opportunities available throughout the year for all member categories
|Specialized member outreach visits, providing customized training and Technical Assistance for staff and board
|Opportunity for networking, support and sharing expertise with colleagues from across the state through regional meetings, regular updates and correspondence
|CCADV Website resources
|CCADV is involved in various taskforces, committees and boards on behalf of our members to bring the voice of victims/survivors of domestic violence to the table (DVOMB, Adult and Child Fatality Review Committees, Legislative rule development, community and system groups that address children/youth issues, Statewide DV prevention committee, DVP, etc.).|
|Involvement in national research|
|DV Program members are eligible for national vision and dental plans for their employees.
Training and technical assistance available through CCADV includes, but is not limited to the following (if you don’t see what you are looking for, please contact Shannon (sday(at)ccadv.org) or Jacque (jmorse(at)ccadv.org) to see if we can be of assistance):
- Organizational Management
- Working with Boards/policies/board models
- Program Development
- Human Resources
- Direct Services
- Culturally sensitive services
- Offenders as parents and impact of DV on children
- Children’s advocacy
- Teen/Youth Advocacy and programming
- Community-based programming
- Survivor defined advocacy
- Core advocacy
- Trauma-informed care
- Substance abuse and mental health
- Domestic violence and child welfare
- Public policy
- Systems advocacy
- Mandatory reporting for medical professionals
- Coordinated community response
To be a member you must pay for the level of membership at which you qualify. Domestic Violence Programs will only be accepted for membership at the Domestic Violence Program level.
There are limited scholarships available for Domestic Violence Programs for whom full CCADV dues present a financial hardship. Please contact CCADV for information (membership(at)ccadv.org).
The annual cost of membership for Domestic Violence Programs is .3% of your domestic violence program budget and is capped at $1,000. (.003 x DV program expense budget).
Domestic Violence Programs
Community Partners Membership
Individual Supporter Membership
We distinguish professional training (presentations for professionals doing victim service or related work) from community education presentations. CCADV does not charge for community education, but availability for these presentations depends on staff and Coalition capacity. To request a training or community education presentation, click here.
|Program||Notes||Cost to DV Program Members||Cost to Community Partner and Individual Members||Cost to Non-members|
|Annual Conference||DV Program Members receive 1 room per program for each night of the conference||
Early registration $150
Early registration $150
Early registration $275
|Training||For professional groups in victim services or related work||No cost||
Community Partner: No cost for up to 4 trainings/yr.
Individual: No cost for 1 training/yr.
|$75/hr. for development and presentation (plus mileage and other travel costs if needed)|
|Additional trainings at reduced fee|
|Technical Assistance||No cost||No cost||Most TA is available at no cost. For more in-depth TA, there may be a cost. Please contact CCADV with your TA request.|
|Webinars||No cost||No cost||$35/module/person|
|Online Learning Center Courses||No cost||No cost||$50/course/individual|
|With CEs||Cost added to that of the webinar/training; same cost for all regardless of membership||Depends on number of credits||Depends on number of credits||Depends on number of credits|
|Print Materials||No cost||No cost||Cost varies by document|
* All services are based on staff availability and Coalition capacity.
** The above fee schedule and benefits may be altered by CCADV from time to time.