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Thirsty Thursday Blog – Let’s Talk Evaluation

Shandra Witherspoon

OAESV, Director of Coordinated Community Responses

Recently, I have received a lot of requests about evaluating SART work. Evaluation is a crucial and necessary tool for strengthening services, identifying gaps in services, and garnering more resources. It should build momentum and increase SART effectiveness. When done…

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Intentional Agenda Planning

Shandra Witherspoon

OAESV, Vice President of Operations

Let’s face it, SART/CCRT Coordinators do a good amount of work behind the scenes, that isn’t always recognized or appreciated by the entire team. One of those tasks includes preparing the agenda. Before each meeting, it is important for the…

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Networking in a Virtual World

Nicole Colvin

Coordinator of Community Responses

In the past two years, the ways that we interact have changed drastically. Pre-pandemic, we had robust opportunities to network: tabling events, attending each other’s fundraisers, dropping by community partners’ offices, and in-person meetings filled with the possibility of catching…

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What is Rainbow-Washing and Is My Team Doing it?

Nicole Kass Colvin

Manager of Coordinated Community Responses

We are in the midst of June. We might be posting about Pride and tabling at our local Pride events. It’s the perfect time to talk about what rainbow-washing is and think about what it means in our teams.  Rainbow-washing…

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Making the Pitch

Nicole Kass Colvin

Manager of Coordinated Community Responses

It’s baseball season, and also a great season to start SART and CCRT formation; in short, a great season for pitching. Pitching your team to prospective partners can be the pivotal point between planning your team and making it a…

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Sustaining the Team Through Turnover

Nicole Kass Colvin

Manager of Coordinated Community Responses

During our Southeast Ohio Coordinated Community Response Team Summit, many amazing praises were shared about teams — but also mentioned were some barriers. One barrier that came up in conversation, and has come up frequently in other spaces, is that…

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Beyond Case Review: Taking Your Team from Passive to Active

Nicole Kass Colvin

Manager of Coordinated Community Responses

Throughout the past few months, I’ve heard from many teams that it’s been challenging to enact case review. If you’re experiencing this – you're not alone! Case review can be tricky; it has the tendency to put some members on…

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What’s in a Name? CCRTs & SARTs

Nicole Kass Colvin

Director of Coordinated Community Responses

If you’ve ever shared space with me, you’ve probably noticed I use SARTs (Sexual Assault Response Teams) and CCRTs (Coordinated Community Response Teams) interchangeably. So what is each kind of team, how are they similar and different, and at what…

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