Oregon Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (ODSVS) Fund

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ODSVS and the Formula for Joint Non-Competitive Funds

Oregon Domestic and Sexual Violence Services (ODSVS) funds are allocated and distributed through a through a joint non-competitive funding formula. The funds are awarded to non-profit organizations that provide advocacy services to victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and dating violence. The joint formula was established in 2006 after completion of an ‘Equity Allocation Study’ which focused on geographic equity and attempted to reconcile the needs of organizations serving rural and urban areas. The formula is designed to provide funding for three FTE to meet the critical response needs of survivors in each county or service area. It is not intended to meet the full funding needs of organizations and programs identified as recipients within the joint formula. Read more about ODSVS and the joint non-competitive funding formula here.

Each biennium, an application is released for the Joint Non-Competitive Funds.

Domestic and Sexual Violence (DSV) Services Statewide Report

The DSV Services Statewide Report is required of non-profit organizations and Tribal Nation victim services programs that receive Joint Non-Competitive Funds from ODOJ and ODHS. This report replaces the long-standing “Striving to Meet the Need” report. The DSV Services Statewide Report must be submitted every six months with the progress reports for the Joint Non-Competitive Funds.

Find more contact information assigned to specific programs with Fund Coordinators Across the State (PDF) »

For information about grantee training requirements, please visit: Training Resources for CVSSD Grantees »