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The Next Meeting of the Ohio Sexual & Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Consortium:

NOTE!! Change of Date:

Thursday, April 6

9:00 for networking and light refreshments

9:30 - 12:30 for meeting agenda
Meeting Location: Ohio Center for Occupational Safety and Health (OCOSH)
 
The Consortium Meeting Notes from September 29 meeting are now available.

Additional meeting documents will be made available two weeks before the Consortium meeting.

In April, Kendra will transition fully into the position of Consortium Co-chair. Kendra Massey represents local domestic violence agencies at the Consortium level.  Congratulations, Kendra!  We will say a huge THANK YOU to Meg McIntyre for her contributions to the Consortium as Co-chair and mentor to Kendra as she transitions off the leadership team.

Strategic Directions for Statewide Strategic Prevention Plan.

Please, RSVP your intention to attend to rebeccac@odvn.org by April 3, 2017

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Anyone interested in supporting and promoting primary prevention of sexual and intimate partner violence and prevention in general are welcomed to attend.  Prior to attending, please see below helpful resources that will inform your attendance and membership.  Thank you!
 
Defining Documents:
 
Vision & Mission Statements
Empowerment Evaluation Principles
Philosophy for Inclusivity of Ohio's Diverse Populations

Prevention Plan

Pathways in Prevention: A Roadmap for Change
Ohio's Plan for Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention

Take a look at the Consortium's Revised and Accepted (March 2015) Strategic Directions for 2014 - 2019

Have you seen this?  Riding Tandem on Our Pathway to Prevention???  Or the slides used when we presented about this white paper that describes Ohio's share prevention work?  

In 2006, the Ohio Domestic Violence Network (ODVN) in collaboration with the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) co-convened a coalition of representatives of state level agencies, professional associations, local level prevention programs, allied professionals and key stakeholders. With support from the Centers for Disease Control and prevention (CDC), the Ohio Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Consortium endeavored to create a strategic plan for the prevention of sexual (SV) and intimate partner violence (IPV) in Ohio. In 2007, five strategic directions were identified. They are:

1. Effective Youth SV and IPV Prevention Recommended Practices
2. Integrated Intra-State Collaboration
3. Leveraging Resources for Maximizing Sustainability
4. Integrated Strategic Evaluation and Data Collection
5. Empowered Local Communities

These strategic directions were arrived at by consensus with current needs and resources available in mind. It is anticipated that implementation of this Plan will begin in mid-2009 as resources, both financial and human, of both convening organizations and our partners allow. 

For a two-page summary of the goals and outcomes of the plan  CLICK HERE.  To read the executive summary CLICK HERE. To read the entire plan CLICK HERE.

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Want to become a Consortium member?  For an orientation to the Ohio Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Consortium and its work, CLICK HERE. This voice-over power point presentation will take about 15 minutes to review.  The file is very large, will install in your temporary files on your hard-drive, so please click "allow" to view and hear the orientation. 

Please contact Debra Seltzer by email at Debra.Seltzer@odh.ohio.gov or Rebecca Cline by email at rebeccac@odvn.org if you would like more information about the plan or, if as you read the plan you become inspired, excited, hopeful, and eager to participate in assisting with the implementation of any aspect of this great endeavor. Please, also call if you have questions. Thank you!

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