Thank you for visiting the VSTracking newsletter!
This is the place for our team to share product news, inspiring stories, and informative material.
Whether you are a victim service provider, an affiliate, a supporter, or a member of the community, we hope you enjoy!
The VSTracking Team
We at VSTracking team is primarily concerned with supplying an affordable, easy-to-use, and reliable case management and grant reporting system. We are consistently improving our platform to meet the needs of the various types of agencies we work with. This includes free training, support, and upgrades, as well as premium features, such as Notification Letters, Non-victim Timesheets, and Document Storage.
Please, take a look at our demo or sign-up for the 14-Day Free Trial. Our representatives and support staff are available to assist you in creating a simpler work experience. Contact us at 970.375.9099
And stay tuned. There’s more to come in the not-too-distant future!
DID YOU KNOW?
One of the reasons VSTracking is such a reliable, easy-to-use platform is that it was designed by a former victim advocate. But did you know that we also employ individuals who have worked in victim services? For example, our Director of Customer Relations is Robbi Lachenal, a former victim advocate for New Smyrna Beach Police Department. Read about her experience as an advocate and joining the VST family below:
The Advocate’s Corner
Find out how “[p]eople who identify as part of the… LGBTQ communities… experience sexual violence, and… face different or additional challenges in accessing legal, medical, law enforcement or other resources than other populations.”
Read more LGBTQ survivors and get advice on how to support them at this link.
Westchester County is following in the footsteps of NYC to support people affected by domestic violence trauma.
See the details of the leave law here.
This “hotline for Rhode Island residents to report cybercrimes and find resources to recover” is the first to be established in the US.
Find out more about the RI hotline.
“Seek Then Speak is a digital aid that helps [sexual assault victims] gather information, make decisions, and take action. It’s available on your desktop, mobile phone, even a landline… and [they] can remain anonymous as long as [they’d] like. “
Click this link to read more about Seek Then Speak.
COVA posts job and volunteer opportunities for victim services throughout Colorado on their website!
Visit the COVA website to learn about opportunities.
NOVA’s 45TH ANNUAL TRAINING EVENT
July 22-25, 2019
Join advocates, providers and supporters for four days of workshops, speakers, and connection in Phoenix, AZ.
Learn more or register for the training at this link.
The OAN is tasked with maintaining professional standards and encouraging continuing education within the field of victim services in Ohio. “Acquiring and maintaining valid OAN Registered Advocate status attests that an individual has achieved a defined level of experience and knowledge in the victim assistance profession.”
To learn more and find application forms for OAN, click here.
TVSA was created as a place for victim service providers to train and connect in such a way that supports and prepares them for providing the highest quality service to victims and their communities.
Click this link to learn more about TVSA.