Partnership Members and California Office of Emergency Services grantees have access to our sample 40-hour training curriculum, which fulfills the State’s requirements for Domestic Violence Counselors. To gain access to this valuable resource, apply for membership today!
The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence (Partnership)
invites you to submit a proposal for an auditing firm to provide
auditing services in July of 2019 for the 2018-19 fiscal year. At
this time, we anticipate a 12-month engagement (dependent on
performance) with option to renew.
In spite of limited budgets, domestic violence programs do an amazing job of serving as many survivors as possible. Get to know survivors in California and share their stories. Click the thumbnails below, save the images, and post them on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!
email@example.com | Christina Nicosia is the Administrative Coordinator for the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. Originally from New York City, she relocated to Sacramento in 2009 to obtain her bachelor’s degree, graduating magna cum laude from California State University, Sacramento.
Jessica Reynaga serves as the Bridge Program Manager for Drew Child Development Corporation, a Los Angeles non-profit. In her current role, Jessica leads the trauma-informed care (TIC) component of a Los Angeles County effort to bring TIC training and coaching to early child care providers working with 0 – 5 foster youth. Her efforts are part of a larger state-wide initiative related to the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program for Foster Children.
Californians, survivors of domestic violence need your support. In just one day in 2017, 5,724 survivors received support services throughout the state. This staggering number could fill up the California legislature 48 times over. But that’s not where the story ends: there were an additional 692 unmet requests for services due to a shortage of funds and staff capacity.
Colsaria has a Master’s in Social Work with a specification in Administrative and Planning. She began working in the field in the late 1990s and began her official career in anti-gender based violence work as a Sexual Assault Counselor.