Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center

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10530 Rosehaven Street, Suite 400
Fairfax, VA, 22030

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OVC TTAC is the nexus of a learning community focused on strengthening the capacity of victim assistance organizations across the country. The Center’s training and TA activities are coordinated through three core functions: - Needs assessment. OVC TTAC employs a variety of measurement tools—surveys, stakeholder discussions, and literature reviews—to assess the needs of key constituencies and to identify available TA and training resources to support their needs. - Capacity building. By developing and delivering training and technical assistance resources, OVC TTAC helps organizations foster professional development of their staff, enhance services to their communities, and reach unserved and underserved victims of crime. - Evaluation. As part of its focus on continuous improvement, OVC TTAC strives for excellence by constantly monitoring customer satisfaction and by measuring the resulting changes of its training and TA activities over time. OVC TTAC draws on the expertise of a network of consultants and seasoned victim service professionals with first-hand experience in designing and delivering customized responses to satisfy a variety of training and TA needs. From its comprehensive database of experts, OVC TTAC provides developmental support, mentoring, and facilitation in such areas as program design and implementation, strategic planning, program management, evaluation, quality improvement, collaboration, and community coordination. (copied from web site)

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