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Domestic Violence Staff Tools

DHS is committed to helping people find safety when they need it. Below you will find information and resources to support survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

TA-DVS Program Summary
TA-DVS Program Family Services Manual
Find local Domestic Violence Sexual Assault (DVSA) advocates here

 

How to contact TA-DVS Policy:


Please contact TA-DVS policy by e-mail at: TADVS.Policy@DHSOHA.state.or.us

 

Policy understands that domestic violence situations are high risk and time sensitive and is committed to responding same day/next day.

 

For emergency situations, send a group text to all TA-DVS Policy Analysts below:
Chelsea Goldberg
Brittany Zitzelberger
Amber Harchuk

 

For more information on contacting TA-DVS Policy, including contact numbers and emergency situations see:

How to contact TA-DVS Policy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


COVID-19 Resources

TA-DVS State of Emergency Q&A

OWL Page for COVID-19 DV Resources

DHS 7802 Overview Training

Temporary CAPI and Workshare TA-DVS Process

Virtual DV Training Guidelines

Supporting Survivors During COVID-19

 

Survivor Resources

FIND HELP near you! Find local domestic violence sexual assault advocates with an interactive map. Search by location, service type (shelter, support groups), or language needed here.

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline, 1-800-799-7233

Call to Safety, 1-888-235-5333

National Sexual Assault Hotline, 1-800-656-4673

National Human Trafficking Hotline, 1-888 – 373- 7888

 

For more resources, see You Are Not Alone

 

Co-Located Advocates

All Self-Sufficiency (SSP) and Child Welfare (CW) offices have Co-located domestic violence advocates. Connect with your local offices to get more information about co-located advocates within DHS and how they support survivors and employees.

Click the below picture for the Working Together Guide to describe advocate role, SSP Role and CW Role!


DV points

SSP, Child Welfare, and Aging and Persons with Disabilities (APD) offices have domestic violence points locally to provide support to workers and survivors. They receive ongoing resources, training, and DVSA information to help support workers and survivors. Connect with your local office to get information on who the DV Point in your area is.

Tea Time with TA-DVS - Analyst Hour Materials

TA-DVS Policy hosts an analyst hour every month about a different topic. Tea Time is the second Tuesday of each month from 8:30 – 9:30 am. To join these calls, connect with your local leadership for the meeting invite.  Below are the most recent materials. Prior material has been archived. Reach out to policy to retrieve archived material.

 

Tea Time FAQ

03.21 Safety Concerns and Applying for TA-DVS

02.21 ONE System and Case Notes 3.0

01.21 ONE System and Case Notes 2.0

12.20 ONE System and Case Notes

11.20.20 Tax Filing and ACP

10.20 Awareness and Self Care

09.20 One Time Incident

08.20 Survivor Engagement

7.20 Children as Survivors

06.20 Phone Safety

05.20 Calculating Income

04.20 ETOP

03.20 TA-DVS Denials

Processes and Guides

TA-DVS Toolkit

Subsequent request process


Air Travel Process - ONE

My Guide - Quick Reference DV Materials

7802 safety screening guide

Determining if it is safe to document in DHS systems

TANF and TA-DVS program requirements in relation to DV

TA-DVS ONE Case Tracker

TA-DVS Eligibility Case Note Guide-IE ONE

Supporting Survivors Accessing Services in ONE

Safety Concern Flowchart

Eligibility Transformation Operational Process – ETOP

Quick Reference Guides - QRGs

Interim Business Processes - IBPs

Addressing Safety Concerns

TA-DVS Case Transfer Process

Legacy Processes Guides

Do not use these processes when working in ONE.

Person alias process

Air Travel Process

Safety Planning and Supporting Survivors

Domestic Violence Toolkit - Navigating Safety

Creating a safe place to safety plan: Reframing questions

How to determine safety concern

Trauma informed response resource

Co-Located advocates brochure

Self-Sufficiency caseworkers brochure

Address confidentiality program (ACP)

Couples counseling- Why it’s not recommended in DV situations

DV shelter tour- A look inside

Driving DV survivors

Texting and DV – Why it’s NOT Safe

Travel Checklist

Video: Learning about advocates

TA-DVS Program Forms

To look up forms in additional languages and alternate formats on the form server, click here.

 

Form Number:

Form Title

DHS 0456DV

Decision Notice Approving TA-DVS

DHS 456

Notice of Decision and Action Taken

DHS 7802

TA-DVS Safety Screening

DHS 1543

Self-Sufficiency Domestic Violence Assistance Agreement

DHS 1543M

Self-Sufficiency Domestic Violence Motel use Agreement

DHS 1542

TA-DVS Eligibility and Benefit Calculation Worksheet

DHS 0437

Authorization of Cash Payment

DHS 8660

Client Safety Packet on Good Cause

MSC 3010

Release of Information

 

Child Welfare and Domestic Violence

Child Welfare staff tools page

Child Welfare practices for cases with Domestic Violence

Child Welfare caseworkers

What can you do about child abuse

DV Employee Resources

If you are experiencing domestic violence, you are not alone. You may reach out to a manager, human resources, a TA-DVS policy analyst, your DV Point, or an advocate for support.

DHS Human Resources

Domestic Violence Resources for DHS Employees

Domestic Violence OWL Page

Domestic Violence Leave

DV and the workplace- resources for managers

Supporting Employees applying for TA-DVS

Multiple Program Information

Request for child support case information

Helpful Links

Self-Sufficiency Training Unit (SSTU) for TA-DVS

HUB materials for TA-DVS

Mandatory Reporting of Potential Abuse

Eligibility Transformation Operational Processes ETOP

Quick Reference Guides - QRGs

Interim Business Processes - IBPs