DC Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants

DC Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants https://ovsjg.dc.gov/page/about-ovsjg The mission of the Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants (OVSJG) is to develop, fund, and coordinate programs that improve public safety; enhance the administration of justice; and create systems of care for crime victims, youth, and their families in the District.

Learn more at www.ovsjg.dc.gov.

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Today is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. On this day, OVSJG is proud to release of the ...
11/25/2019

Today is International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. On this day, OVSJG is proud to release of the District’s 1st 5-year trend analysis of Domestic Violence Homicide
in the District. Read the report & leave feedback here: http://bit.ly/DVTrendsinDC @UNWomenUSA

11/24/2019
Today, November 20th, is the annual observance of Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) to honor the memory of the trans...
11/20/2019
Transgender Day of Remembrance

Today, November 20th, is the annual observance of Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) to honor the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. You can learn more about TDOR & how you can show support here: https://www.glaad.org/tdor

Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence.You can read more about the Transgender Day of Remembrance below, and find out how you can show support for the com...

08/15/2018

Retweeted DC Health (@_DCHealth):

As the 2018-2019 school year quickly approaches, make sure your student has the new #KidsRideFree SmarTrip Card! Find a distribution event near you  https://t.co/V5ZbJkTKGx https://t.co/tUInCLv9VL

08/15/2018

Retweeted OUC_DC (@OUC_DC):

As you accomplish your goals and move forward, don’t forget to look back and help guide the next generation on the path to success. Sign up for the MBK DC Volunteer Recruitment Fair at https://t.co/WkzmTYeP3r #IAMMBKDC https://t.co/HXAWS6cp1T

08/14/2018

Retweeted Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser):

Be a part of the process. Join us for the first of 3️⃣ Chancellor search engagement forums!

🗓TONIGHT, August 14
⏰ 6PM
📍@CardozoEC, 1200 Clifton Street NW

RSVP ➡️ https://t.co/6rw38JtUT3

#OurSchoolsDC https://t.co/eu1DSVu0dT

08/13/2018

Retweeted Show Up, Stand Out (@ShowUpStandOut):

Afterschool programs are a great way to continue your child’s learning after the bell rings! Learn more about programs offered by @dcpublicschools: https://t.co/M2a5wUOCuY https://t.co/Qw1f3VFgIu

08/10/2018

Retweeted Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser):

Don’t miss tomorrow’s #KidsRideFree distribution event!

🗓 TOMORROW, Saturday, August 11
📍@CHECDC, 3101 16th Street, NW
⏰ 9AM - 2PM

For more information, visit https://t.co/VcIXsUM1tG. https://t.co/yKxJZEvXwF

08/08/2018

Retweeted Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser):

Let’s ensure every student gets to school on time, every day.

Pick up your #KidsRideFree SmarTrip Card at this weekend’s distribution events 🚇⬇️

8/11: @CHECDC, 3101 16th St. NW, 9AM - 2PM
8/12: @balloudc, 401 4th St. SE, 1PM - 6PM

#EveryDayCounts https://t.co/55O7BqiToH

08/08/2018

Retweeted Show Up, Stand Out (@ShowUpStandOut):

The school year is almost here! Don’t forget to download @dcpublicschools’ calendar to stay informed on important dates for 2018-19: https://t.co/UyXJIgiC4m

08/04/2018

Retweeted Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser):

REMINDER: today's #KidsRideFree Distribution Event starts at 9AM. Brightwood Education Campus, 1300 Nicholson Street NW. Get there before 2PM to receive your new Kids Ride Free SmarTrip Card! https://t.co/5dWeopyYjf

07/31/2018

Retweeted Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser):

We need desperately for the public to come forward with any information that may lead to justice for Makiyah and her family.

The reward for information now stands at $45,000.

📞 MPD Tip Line: 202-727-9099
📲 Text: 50411 https://t.co/HrgkaP0FF6

07/27/2018

Great discussion this morning on coordinating community & hospital based violence intervention efforts in DC! Thanks to all partners! #SaferStrongerDC @SSDC_ONSE @_DCHealth @FarSECollab @wendtcenter @THELAYC @CSCempowers @UMCapital @TGI_DMV @MedStarWHC @GWHospital @HowardU

07/23/2018

Retweeted Show Up, Stand Out (@ShowUpStandOut):

Getting your children to school can be tough, but you’re not alone! Partner with your child’s teacher to help get them on track for a successful school year! https://t.co/WbR1e987py #ShowUpStandOut

07/20/2018

Retweeted Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser):

EMERGENCY ALERT:

A potentially fatal batch of K2 has hit the streets of DC. Smoking or ingesting K2 or "Spice" may lead to overdose or death. Avoid at all costs.

Things to remember:

1. Stay Hydrated 🥤
2. Seek Treatment 🏥
3. If you SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING! Call 911 🚨 https://t.co/ET4SW77ylP

07/19/2018

Retweeted DC Victim Hotline (@DCVictimHotline):

Whether or not you report victimization is up to you. The @DCVictimHotline is here to support victims of all types of crime regardless of whether the crime was reported. Call, text, or chat us 24/7 at https://t.co/n4VjzRnPA7

07/18/2018

Retweeted Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser):

#ICYMI Kids Ride Free is getting smarter! Beginning October 1, students will no longer be able to use DC One Cards but will need the new #KidsRideFree SmarTrip card to access public transportation.

Get yours early. Find a Distribution Event near you ➡️ https://t.co/GXYZsBFxWf. https://t.co/S7c7bjjLwU

07/18/2018

Retweeted AAPD (@AAPD):

Emergency Preparedness Forum
July 18, 2018 | 6pm | Washington, DC
Join @ODRDC, @DC_HSEMA, @AgeFriendlyDC, the DC Developmental Disabilities Council, The DC Commission on Persons with Disabilities, and @disasterstrat for a Disaster Preparedness Forum.
https://t.co/MU79srI5Q9

07/13/2018

Retweeted Deputy Mayor Donahue (@SafeDC):

🚨🚨 WATER ALERT 🚨🚨

[email protected] advises customers to boil their water for cooking & drinking if they live within the shaded areas on this map.

You should also boil water if you experienced low water pressure or had no water after 8:30 pm on July 12. https://t.co/ekDvuEodB6

07/11/2018

Retweeted Show Up, Stand Out (@ShowUpStandOut):

Visit our website to see how #ShowUpStandOut can help your family start building good attendance habits for the 2018-19 school year! https://t.co/2plvN2rJtg https://t.co/8VZ7KmgPku

07/11/2018

Retweeted DC311 (32311) (@311DCgov):

Which baseball player holds water? The pitcher. Now that we have your attention – sign up for the District’s All Star Game alerts. #SportsCapital #AlertsDC https://t.co/8Z7Rg6Xbnz

07/09/2018

Retweeted DC Victim Hotline (@DCVictimHotline):

The @DCVictimHotline is here to offer support and connect victims and survivors to local resources 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via phone, chat, and text. https://t.co/n4VjzRnPA7

07/06/2018

Retweeted DC Office of Disability Rights (@ODRDC):

We need your help! @DDOTDC is evaluating conditions of accessible parking at public facilities in #DC. Please take the survey to help enhance #accessible parking https://t.co/ARj2JxXM4W Need assistance filling out survey? Contact ADA Coordinator at 202-671-2829

07/05/2018
Show Up Stand Out – Taking a Two-Generation Approach: Connecting Parents to Resources So They Can Help Their Kids

Retweeted Show Up, Stand Out (@ShowUpStandOut):

ICYMI: Read how #ShowUpStandOut can help #students and #parents in their everyday lives: https://t.co/VXKrDfqPyI

Melinda Harris-Bryant has known her share of loss. From the loss of her father, her home to fire, to the most difficult of losses – a child. Keeping track of her children’s attendance at school was not high up on her list of priorities. There were days when she didn’t know where to turn for he...

07/02/2018

Retweeted DC Homeland Security (@DC_HSEMA):

7/2/18: Use extreme caution if you must be outside today - drink plenty of water, find shade and wear light colored clothing.

To find a cooling center near you:
https://t.co/YyVhDwIEu2

If you see someone struggling because of the heat, call 202-399-7093 or 911. https://t.co/aPoGgRa8C9

07/02/2018

Retweeted Show Up, Stand Out (@ShowUpStandOut):

How has #ShowUpStandOut helped your family with school attendance? Tell us using the #ShowUpStandOut hashtag! Need inspiration? Check out a SUSO success story here: https://t.co/LXlDTRcISj

07/01/2018

Retweeted DC Homeland Security (@DC_HSEMA):

Use extreme caution if you must be outside today: drink plenty of water, find shade and wear light colored clothing.

To find a cooling center near you:
https://t.co/YyVhDwIEu2

If you see someone struggling because of the heat, call 202-399-7093 or 911. https://t.co/qWBHBJfxKE

06/30/2018

Retweeted DC Homeland Security (@DC_HSEMA):

6/30: The District’s Heat Emergency Plan is activated through Monday, July 2. DC will experience temps soaring to mid to upper 90’s w/ heat index values same or higher. Visit https://t.co/YyVhDwIEu2 to find cooling centers. Extreme heat tips at https://t.co/o7T50Zdlhw. https://t.co/db4RtIMObo

06/28/2018

Retweeted Mayor Muriel Bowser (@MayorBowser):

We are excited to kick off our search of the @dcpublicschools Chancellor. Watch now to learn more about this process ➡️ https://t.co/2VgxZIuX39 https://t.co/UTei56ACFk

06/28/2018
Current Funding Opportunities | ovsjg

Our RFA for enhancing trauma informed services in DC is now available at https://t.co/F196qGfIb4. Applications due August 8. #SaferStrongerDC

Request for Applications (RFA) Enhancing Trauma-Informed Services for Victims of Crime, Justice Involved Individuals, and Youth. The Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants is now accepting applications under the Fiscal Year 2019 LOCAL Fund to:

06/26/2018
All Things Non-Profit

Interested in learning how to start a non-profit business and how to apply for grants available for non-profit organization? Register for the "All Things Nonprofit" workshop on Thursday, July 12 from 10am – 12pm at @DCRA, 1100 4th St SW. https://t.co/AiH70jThMX

During this workshop you will learn how to start a non-profit business (corporate registration, licensing, and tax registration) and also learn how to apply for grants available for non-profit organizations.

06/25/2018

Retweeted DME (@DMEforDC):

The @MayorBowser Administration is kicking off the start of summer school and the Marion Barry Summer Youth Employment Program in DC with government workers and volunteers participating in Safe Passage at 10 locations across the city. #SaferStrongerDC #EveryDayCounts https://t.co/TLVwHJv1Qa

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Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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