DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICE PROVIDER MEMBERSHIP DESCRIPTION
Who Is Eligible To Apply:
Private, nonprofit, nongovernmental organizations and programs that are licensed by the New York State Office for Children and Family Services (OCFS) or have a current contract with a Department of Social Services in New York State to provide domestic violence services, either residential or nonresidential, and who adhere to the Mission, Vision and Philosophy of NYSCADV.
All Domestic Violence Service Provider Members must support NYSCADV’s mission by providing services to individuals affected by intimate partner violence and their families. These services are free, confidential, and available to all survivors regardless of age, race, gender, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, physical ability or financial status. Belonging to NYSCADV is a choice for local domestic violence programs. Programs benefit tremendously from belonging to a statewide organization and, as a member of NYSCADV, gain strength from one another and magnify their power as a whole.
NYSCADV has divided New York State into nine geographic regions: Western, Southern Tier, Central, Mid-Hudson, Capital, Northeast, Lower Hudson, New York City and Long Island. See the NYSCADV Region Map to determine which region your organization is located in. The map is available electronically at http://www.nyscadv.org/nyscadv-regions/
Any Staff Member From A Domestic Violence Service Provider Member Program Is Eligible To:
- attend NYSCADV regional meetings;
- serve on the NYSCADV Board of Directors;
- vote for a NYSCADV Regional Representative;
- be nominated as a Regional Representative; and
- serve on NYSCADV Committees.
Staff Members From Service Provider Member Programs Can Access:
- discounted cost or exclusive access to trainings, webinars, conferences, and the Annual Meeting
- eligibility to strategize and plan with other regional members for a NYSCADV training tailored to meet your region’s needs;
- advanced/priority registration for trainings, conferences and the Annual Meeting;
- travel stipends and scholarships to NYSCADV conferences, trainings and events as available; and
- technical assistance either by phone, email, in person or through written materials.
NYSCADV Shares Information With Its Domestic Violence Service Provider Members Through:
- the NYSCADV Update: an electronic newsletter with topics of interest to NYSCADV members;
- the NYSCADV Policy Update: an electronic newsletter with policy information relevant to survivors and service providers;
- member only listservs which provide a forum for discussions on policy, economic justice, fund development, management and other relevant issues; and
- access to member only portal of the website.
NYSCADV Promotes The Work Of Domestic Violence Service Provider Members Through:
- member program spotlights in the NYSCADV Update;
- member program spotlights on NYSCADV social media pages;
- promotion of employment opportunities at member programs in NYSCADV Update and on the NYSCADV website; and
- displaying member program logos and website links on the NYSCADV website.
Domestic Violence Service Provider Membership Dues:
Are based on the overall operating budget of the agency:
- $185 for agencies with an overall operating budget less than $100,000
- $500 for agencies with an overall operating budget between $100,000 and $499,999
- $875 for agencies with an overall operating budget between $500,000 and $999,999
- $1,250 for agencies with an overall operating budget between $1,000,000 and $4,999,999
- $2,500 for agencies with an overall operating budget between $5,000,000 and $9,999,999
- $5,000 for agencies with an overall operating budget over $10,000,000
Follow this link to apply for 2017 Membership.