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WCASA Annual Meeting 2015
Prevention
Systematically Oppressed Populations
Systems
Finances
WCASA Annual Meeting 2015
Celebrate Everyone
Legal Trainings
7 Legal Trainings

DOJ – Advanced LE Interviewing Trainings

2 trainings providing updates on work of Attorney General SART Team

UW Law School (Humanitarian Immigration Law Class) – second consecutive year providing this training

350 people attended Legal Trainings
Attorney General SART Team
Consent form for all victims seeking medical forensic exam finalized. Includes protocol for victims undecied about participating in CJ system (6 year storage period)

Protocols for testing un-submitted kits from across WI finalized.

Formation of Victim Notification Subcommittee.

DOJ applies for and receives grants totaling $4 million to address un-submitted kits.
Help WCASA serve you better
Staff Introductions
Executive Director's
Report
Recap of 2015
SART/CCR
Trainings
Inclusivity
Diversity
Strategic
Communications
LGBTQ Committee
ALL*
Recognizing and understanding the history of oppression, we are committed to anyone and everyone who has ever been, is, or will ever be affected by any form of sexual violence.
Board
2015 Board
Webinars
Faye Schouten, President
UW Whitewater Police Services


Anna Grzelak, Vice-President
Sexual Assault Recovery Program


Tami Schlickman, Treasurer

Anne David, Secretary
Jewish Family Services


Alaina Vallafskey, Member at Large

Marilynn Alloway
Survivor Seat

DaNita Carlson
Member at Large

Tracey Dent
Micah Henning
Survivor Seat

Andrea Jean

Cheeia Lo
Women of Color Seat

Darlene Masters
Family Advocates, Inc.

Lisa Penterman
Sexual Assault Crisis Center – Fox Cities

Meg Robertson

Marrika Rodgers

Araceli Wence
Association for the Prevention of Family Violence

2016 Board
Marilyn Alloway

Alice Belcher

Anne David
Jewish Family Services


Tracey Dent

Anna Grzelak
Sexual Assault Recovery Program

Micah Henning

Cheeia Lo
*Executive Committee members will be voted on in January 2016
Board Changes
Tami Schlickman
Out-going
Newly Appointed
Tracey Dent (September 2015)
Elected
Re-Elected
Anna Grzelak
Micah Henning
Cheeia Lo
Faye Schouten
Alice Belcher
Rebecca Rodriguez
Intersectionality
Highlighted Initiatives
Partnerships
Allyship with state level partners: End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, Department of Justice
In-Person Trainings
Legislative Advocacy Day
Survivors & Allies
Voices of Courage
4th Annual Wrap Around the Capitol
SAVAS
SART/CCR Conference
Director's Meetings
Northern Training
PREA
LGBTQ
Paths to Healing
Campus
Legal
Other
SAVAS
Collaborations
2016 Event Calendar
Collaboration
June 2015 - 40 attendees
Black River Falls

November 2015 - 39 attendees
Madison

Scholarships for National Training
100
117
217
150
79
150
118
41
61
189
100
87
145
104
Sponsorships
YWCA Racial Justice Summit (YWCA of Dane County)
Together for Children Conference (Children's Hospital of Wisconsin)
Paths to Healing Conference
Children's Trust Fund Event
UNIDOS' 19th Anniversary Celebration

May in Weston - 69 attendees
September in Wisconsin Dells -49 attendees

WCASA Training Total
1658
Advocacy
Historical Trauma
Trauma Informed Care
Outreach and Awareness
Prevention
Self-Care
Legal Issues
Survivor Stories
Neurobiology of Sexual Assault
Interactive Exercises
Classroom:
Webinars:
Neurobiology of Sexual Assault
Sexual & Reproductive Health
Male Survivors
Prevention
SANE
Services to Minors
Confidentiality Considerations & Federal Funding Requirements
CCR/SART
Northern Training (w/End Domestic Abuse WI & AIAA)
Directors Meetings (w/End Domestic Abuse WI & AIAA)
July in Danbury - 41 attendees
End Violence Against Women
International
New Orleans
National Sexual Assault
Conference
Los Angeles

4 Scholarship Recipients
$6895.28 Spent
13 Scholarship Recipients
$21,216.80 Spent
February
February
April
April 4-6
April 9
May 11 & 12
May
June 8 & 9
June 30
July 19 & 20
Summer
Aug 17-19
September
September 14 & 15
October
November
Teen Dating & Sexual Violence Awareness Month
SAVAS - Quarter 1
Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) / Denim Day
Teen Summit
Survivors & Allies / 5th Annual Wrap Around the Capitol
Spring Directors Meeting
SAVAS - Quarter 2
WCASA Training Institute / Voices of Courage Luncheon
Paths to Healing
Northern Training
Annual Luncheon
National SA Conference
SAVAS - Quarter 3
Fall Director's Meeting
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
SAVAS - Quarter 4
A year in review
Pennie Meyers
,
Executive Director
Bob Geenen
Finance Director
Faye Schouten
Board President
Kelly Moe Litke
Director of Prevention & Programs
Lynn Johnson
Programs Coordinator
Peter Fiala
Events & Technology Coordinator
Ian Henderson
Director of Legal & Systems Services
Ginger Francis
SART/CCR Coordinator
Dominic Holt
Public Policy & Communications Coordinator
Strong partnerships at state and national levels
SART and CCR Events offered every quarter
Local level technical assistance in multidisciplinary team development and sustainability efforts
Resource development
Pennie Meyers
Executive Director

Rose Hennessy
Prevention & Evaluation Coordinator

Lynn Johnson
Programs Coordinator

Kelly Moe Litke
Director of Prevention & Programs

Ginger Francis
SART/CCR Coordinator
Ian Henderson
Director of Legal & Systems Services

Dominic Holt
Public Policy & Communications Coordinator

Bob Geenen
Financial/Operations Manager

Peter Fiala
Technology & Events Coordinator
SASPs:

Affiliate Organizations:

Allies:

Total:
51

43

55

149
New SASPs!
Membership
WCASA Updates
Closing
New partners
New Logo
ALL*
Women of Color Network (WOCN)
Tribal
Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)
Celebrate Peace fundraiser
ALL* / Women of Color Network (WOCN), Inc.
Website
Best practices in advocacy / Certification Process
Increase discretionary funds
Focus Areas
Vision for 2016
Nov 2014
July 2015
Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior
Family Violence Prevention
WCASA Prevention
Project
Highlights
Statewide Trainings:
SASPs/Members
Statewide Trainings:
New Audiences
Statewide Trainings:
Public Health
Professionals
National Trainings:
RPE & NSAC

National Trainings:
AEA & NSAC
Statewide Trainings:
SASPs/Members
Statewide Trainings:
New Audiences
Statewide Trainings:
Public Health
Professionals
National Trainings:
RPE & NSAC
National Trainings:
AEA & NSAC
Local SV Prevention Programs
Local SV Prevention
Programs
10 Core Concepts - Partners
10 Core Concepts - Partners
Training Events
Statewide Conference
SART/CCR TA
Resource Development
Webinar featuring Olga Trujillo presenting on the neurobiology of trauma and understanding victim behavior

Statewide conference call on advocating for and integrating legislative changes into your CCR/SART

SART and CCR Networking Event on Accessible and Culturally Appropriate Systems Interventions for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Allyship with Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault Sexual Violence Justice Institute
National SART Technical Assistance Provider
Participation in National SART Institute
Participation in national research study on ecology and characteristics of effective SARTs: Brown and Sheboygan Counties
Collaboratively hosted by WCASA, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, and Department of Justice Office of Crime Victim Services
Phase I and Phase II intensive facilitation with:
Monroe County Task Force on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
Dane County Sexual Assault CCR
Portage County DART
46 cities represented

44 counties served by local agencies

33 northern counties served by a regional agency

4 tribal agencies

6 state level providers serving 72 counties

2 national trainers

Who Was There?
Beginning Phase I intensive facilitation with:
Sheboygan County Trafficking Task Force
Columbia County SART

WCASA only on-going technical assistance:
Dane County SART

Updates on the CCR Toolkit
Updates to content
Creating online, user-friendly toolkit
FAQs on Accessible and Culturally Appropriate Systems Interventions for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
Kelly Moe Litke
Director of Prevention & Programs
Training Overview
Feedback
Building Networks
Survivors & Allies
Lynn Johnson
Programs Coordinator
Program Development
Darlene Masters
Family Advocates, Inc.

Lisa Penterman

Meg Robertson

Rebecca Rodriguez

Marrika Rodgers

Faye Schouten
UW Whitewater Police Services

New Positions
Survivors & Allies Changes
New Funding: PREA
Training Institute
Looking Forward
Pennie Meyers,
Executive Director
Technical Assistance
WCASA 30th Anniversary Timeline
Thank you to U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin
Child Sexual Assault
Motivational Interviewing
Policy/Big Bird/Communication
Campus
Human Trafficking
Trauma informed care
Vicarious Trauma
Self-Care
Outreaching to survivors
Advocating for clients with severe mental illness
Prevention
Volunteer
Hunting Ground (movie)
Support Groups
Child Advocacy Centers
RTA Training Topics
Total # Trained:
369
For Advocacy & Reproductive Health
Collaborative project between Family Planning Clinics and Sexual Assault Service Providers
Women seek sexual trauma and reproductive health services from these agencies. Currently no seamless way to ensure services and accountability
Develop a screening tool for SA and FH to use when assessing for sexual trauma
Phone conferences held to help build relationships and assist with work plans
Person to person meetings to evaluate the process have just finished
In December a meeting will be held to evaluate the process and look at the steps moving forward
Campus
4 Regional Campus Meetings:
Milwaukee, Menasha, Eau Claire, Stevens Point

2 Campus Webinars
Laura Dunn (August)
Campus Networking (September) - 18 Campuses and SASPs attended

Campus Listserve Created
139 members

Scholarships for NSAC
Scholarships for 9 attendees

Campus Section of Website
Created section of website with toolkits, resource guides, checklists, reports and resources on laws

• Carthage College (Kenosha)
• UW – River Falls
• UW – Stout
• UW – Eau Claire
• UW – Stevens Point
• UW – Parkside (Kenosha)
• UW – Superior
• UW – Madison
• UW – Platteville
• UW – Whitewater
• UW – La Crosse
Site visits to the following campuses/SASPS
• UW – Oshkosh
• UW – Green Bay
• UW – Milwaukee
• Carrol College
• Marquette University
• Western Technical College
• Madison College
• Moraine Park Technical College
• Edgewood College
• UW- Waukesha
Events
April in Madison - 84 attendees
Boundaries, Labyrinth, Mindfulness Meditation, Massage, Wellness/Rejuvenation Room
October in Hayward - 33 attendees
Olga Trujillo, Useful self-care practices, Creating Inner Balance
Survivors & Allies
Voices of Courage

~150 attendees
Sam Collier led the charge
Denim strips made by volunteers
1 Billion Rising Flash Mob with Dianne Brakarsh
4th Annual Wrap Around the Capitol
217 attendees
12 individuals recognized
By raising awareness through prevention and education, we give voice to people who are marginalized based on gender, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation whose lives have been affected by all violence, including sexual, domestic, and intimate partner violence.
Alaina Vallafskey

Araceli Wence
Association for the Prevention of Family Violence
Public Policy Agenda
Dominic Holt
Public Policy & Communications Coordinator
Policy
Regional meetings and webinar
Agenda Setting
Membership-based Public Policy Advisory Committee
2015-2016 Public Policy Agenda

Policy Updates
SAVS Funding:
promising!
Victim Accompaniment:
very promising!
Public reporting of sexual violence data:
progress
So-called “Up-skirt” Bill:
became law!
Adult Statutes of Limitation:
nearly law!
Safe Harbor for Sex-Trafficked Youth:
unclear
Bill Targeting Transgender Students:
too early to tell
Reproductive Health:
mixed results
Focus: Victim Accompaniment Bill
(SB 323/AB 430)
Grants survivors of sexual assault the right to be accompanied by an advocate at key stages of the criminal justice process
SANE exam, law enforcement interviews, and court proceedings
Guarantees emotional support /assistance is available to survivors after an assault
Had an excellent hearing for each bill
Unanimously voted out of Senate committee
Full Senate expected to act in January
Assembly committee expected to vote in January
Listserves
SASP Directors
Advocates
Prevention
Expert Witness
SATF
Campus
Regional TA
Total # of Participants
56
290
389
83
421
139
551

Social Media
Website
Number of newsletter downloads
Action alerts/updates
Press releases
Media hits
Radio & TV appearances
Engagement
2044
17
9
32
6

189 trained at 6 trainings

Madison
Deaf Unity - 12
DAIS - 32
Milwaukee (2 trainings) – 120
Monroe: 15
Chippewa Falls: 12
PREA
Madison – 8 facilities, 4 programs
St. Francis – 8 facilities, 3 programs
Menasha – 6 facilities, 7 programs
Chippewa Falls – 4 facilities, 2 programs
Total: 26 facilities, 16 program

Madison – 18
St. Francis – 16
Menasha – 20
Chippewa Falls – 7
Total Trained: 61

*Partnership with Department of Corrections
Lynn Johnson
Programs Coordinator
Legislative Advocacy Day (w/End Domestic Abuse WI)
100 attendees
Paths to Healing (w/Callen Harty, Outreach, RCC)
100 attendees
* Look for a listing of our 2016 webinars very soon!
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