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|Day and Time
|Workshop Option 1
|Workshop Option 2
|Workshop Option 3
|Workshop Option 4
|Monday Session 1 (10:15-11:45am)
|Housing Innovations for Survivors in Oregon: The Intersection of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault with Homelessness and Housing Affordability (Facilitated by D.Fox (She/Her)
|Queering Consent: A Training for Advocates (Facilitated by Gracia Dodds (She/They)
|Assessing Tech Abuse: Figuring Out What’s Happening with Location Tracking, Stalkerware, and IoT Connected Devices (Facilitated by Toby Shulruff (She/Her)
|Advocacy at the Margins: Including Micronesian Pacific Islanders in Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Intervention Services (Part 1 of 2) (Facilitated by Louvele “Bella” Borja (She/Her)
|Monday Session 2 (1:00-2:30pm)
|The Revolution (Must) be Funded: The need to expand general ops funding to better support community members (part 1 of 2) (Facilitated by Lisa Hawash (She/Her)
|Uniting Community Based Agencies and Local Colleges
|Principals of Coaching (Facilitated by Vanessa Timmons and Keri Moran-Kuhn)
|Advocacy at the Margins: Including Micronesian Pacific Islanders in Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention and Intervention Services (Part 2 of 2) (Facilitated by Louvele “Bella” Borja (She/Her)
|Monday Session 3 (3:00- 4:30pm)
|The Revolution (Must) be Funded: The need to expand general ops funding to better support community members (part 2 of 2) (Facilitated by Lisa Hawash (She/Her)
|Talking Story About our Work for Justice, Freedom, and Healing (Facilitated by Valli Kalei Kanuha (She/Her)
|The Intersection of Domestic Violence and Reproductive Health: Reproductive Coercion (Facilitated by Erin Fanshier (She/Her)
|¿Como Se Dice _? An Intro Guide for the Bilingual Advocate (Facilitated by Evelin Damian Ramirez (She/Her)
|Tuesday Session 1 (10:15-
|Real Talk (Facilitated by Nan Stoops (She/Her)
|How we Center People Who Have Experienced Violence in Custodial Settings: Next Steps for Oregon (Facilitated by Brianna Ellingson (She/Her) and Carol Schrader (She/Her)
|But the Children! Organizing for Inclusive Rural Communities Past and Present (Part 1 of 2) (Facilitated by Emma Ronai-Durning (She/Her)
|Budgeting for Nonprofits (Part 1 of 2)
(Facilitated by Anthony Petchel (He/Him) and Deborah Steinkopf (She/Her)
|Tuesday Session 2 (1:00-2:30pm)
|Lets Talk About Mental Health: Particularly with Immigreant and Refugee IPV Survivors
(Facilitated by Yekaterina Kozachuk (She/Her)
|Reproductive Advocacy: Supporting Survivors Post-Roe (Part 1 of 2) (Facilitated by Gracia Dodds (She/Her)
|But the Children! Organizing for Inclusive Rural Communities Past and Present (Part 2 of 2) (Facilitated by Emma Ronai-Durning (She/Her)
|Budgeting for Nonprofits (part 2 of 2)
(Facilitated by Anthony Petchel (He/Him) and Deborah Steinkopf (She/Her)
|Tuesday Session 3
|A Minor Proposal: Discussing youth rights, power, and consent with prevention education
(Facilitated by Nick Guerrero (He/Him)
|Reproductive Healthcare Advocacy: Supporting Survivors Post-Roe (Part 2 of 2) (Facilitated by Gracia Dodds (She/Her)
|Paid Leave Oregon: Cultivating economic empowerment through paid family, medical, and safe leave
(Facilitated by Michelle Roland Schwartz (She/Her)
|Oregon Advocates’ Confidentiality Requirements: The Next Level (Facilitated by Debra Dority (She/Her) and Carol Schrader (She/Her)
Registered for our conference? Don’t forget to arrange lodging with Sunriver for discounted rates. Sunriver is offering OCADSV Conference Attendees guest rooms at $115/night, deposit is refundable 21 days prior to the event.
Please make your reservations at Sunriver BEFORE September 15th, 2022.
17600 Center Drive Sunriver, Oregon 97707
Executive Directors of OCADSV member programs have received a scholarship code that can be used for up to TWO staff people to attend, learn more about what our scholarship offer covers on the page below.
Sunriver is no longer able to provide childcare like in past years. They have recommended the excellent service, Snappy Sitters, please reach out to them or any other childcare option that you are comfortable with. As with lodging, we ask that attendees make their own childcare arrangements.
Scholarship attendees who will need childcare, please check out this page on scholarship information about how we can help make attending with children accessible.
To keep our conference safe and accessible for all to attend, we ask that attendees review and agree to abide by our community agreements while at the conference. These are available at the time of registration or you can read about them below.
If you no longer wish to attend for any reason after registering, please know that less than 30 days before our conference we are only able to provide a 50% refund. More than 30 days before our conference (Prior to Friday, September 30th) we are able to provide a 90% refund.
If you cancel your registration with us, that does not cancel your lodging with Sunriver. Their rooms fall under a different refund policy listed below for your convenience.
“Due to the location of our Hotel we rarely have “walk-in” guests or short-term reservations, such as is the case in many commercial or city hotels. When a guest arrives late or departs early, our ability to resell these accommodations is minimal. We have already scheduled Hotel employees, and in many cases turned away other guests, so our loss is much greater than the anticipated revenue outlined in this agreement.
The entire length of stay in a guestroom or suite will be billed to the master or individual account for each guest who cancels less than 21 days prior to arrival. A guest who checks in and then departs prior to their confirmed departure date will be charged for the unused balance of their stay. A confirmed guest who fails to arrive on their scheduled arrival date will be considered a “no-show” and their entire reservation will be canceled and charged for the balance of their stay. Any room night charged as such will be credited to Group’s total pickup numbers.”
We have been informed that some folks who have registered for our conference have been receiving messages that say they are from us that seems… off. If you receive a message that you think may not be from us, it is possible that this email you received is either spam, or a scam called “phishing” to collect personal information. They may use different language from one another, but they have some similarities in common in that they:
- Are not from an @ocadsv.org or @classactevents.com email address. All of our official emails will come from either coalition staff or our conference coordinators at Class Act Events
- Are offering a “quote” for some kind of list, roster, or other list with a large amount of individuals’ information.
- Trying to get you to download something or enter personal information
- Have very little or vague information about what they are emailing about. For example one of these emails may read as: “Let me know if you are interested so that I can provide you quote and additional details” with no other context
- Their messaging is not aligned with OCADSV values expressed in our mission statement
If you receive an email like this, most email providers have an option to “mark as spam”, which will then report it to your email service to take care of. This will also flag the email to redirect similar ones to your spam folder.
If you aren’t sure if a message you’ve received from us is really from us, feel free to email us at email@example.com and we will be happy to confirm.