2019

  • Victims’ Healing and Recovery Program

    The goals of the Victims’ Healing and Recovery Program were to increase access to a seamless continuum of evidence-based healing services; promote trauma resolution and recovery; and reduce incidents of repeat or ongoing victimization, and/or retributive violence. The target population...
  • Transforming LGBTQ Survivor Access

    Through this innovation grant, VRLC conducted focus groups and listening sessions with LGBTQ survivors, their allies, and victim service providers, to identify and develop strategies to eliminate the barriers faced by LGBTQ sexual assault survivors seeking services. The project also...
  • Trafficking of Children and Youth with Disabilities Outreach and Education Project

    The International Organization for Adolescents (IOFA), in collaboration with the National Human Trafficking and Disabilities Working Group (NHTDWG), partnered together through this project to increase identification of children and youth with disabilities who are victims of human trafficking and improve...
  • Sisters in Strength

    The Sisters in Strength Program (SIS) is a survivor-centered circle model for young people that have experienced childhood sexual abuse and their allies. SIS engages self-identified survivors of sexual violence and allies to survivors of sexual violence who are in...
  • Returning and Healing Project

    The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC), as lead agency, and Boston Mayor’s Office of Returning Citizens (ORC) through the Returning And Healing (RAH) Project, created an innovative initiative with an overall goal to increase the quality of services that...
  • Paths to Healing in the Deaf Community

    Deaf Unity, through this innovation grant, used video platform and American Sign Language to illuminate the experiences of Deaf survivors of violence and trauma. They created a series of videos showing interviews with Deaf survivors of crime who shared their...
  • Love More Healing Stations

    Through this innovation grant, The Love More Movement, Inc. created a Love More Healing Station, specifically designed to identify, engage and serve crime survivors from populations that may not normally seek services. The Love More Healing Station also serves as...
  • Little Feathers

    The Little Feathers Project worked to enhance the current rape crisis services program to remove barriers to engage and reach six tribal communities in their region. Through Little Feathers, RCIP extended their outreach efforts to local tribes within their tai-county...
  • Improving Crime Victim Identification and Services Access for Homeless and Runaway Youth Exploited for Labor and/or Sex

    Founded in 2016, Innovations Human Trafficking Collaborative (IHTC) is a survivor-led 501(c)3 nonprofit based in Olympia, Washington. We work to advance services to unidentified human trafficking victims by providing training, research, and technical assistance for protocol and program development to...
  • Healing and Safety Planning for Indigenous People with Disabilities, Women and Girls

    IMPACT Boston, a program of Triangle, Inc., through this innovation grant collaborated with Turtle Mountain Empowerment Self-Defense to offer healing and safety planning programs to survivors with disabilities, women, and girls who reside on the Turtle Mountain Chippewa Reservation in...