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Newsletter – Fall 2015








FACT Newsletter, Issue 1, Fall 2015

Calendar
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for more information about resources and events focused on this topic.

Family Violence Prevention, Treatment and Public Awareness RFPs will be announced in December 2015. Stay tuned for upcoming details about the programs and projects FACT will fund for the 2016-2017 cycle.


Give Back
You can support FACT by purchasing a specialty license plate or contribute all or a portion of your state income tax refund. Additional information about how to get involved can be found on the FACT website under “Get Involved.”

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Welcome!

Thank you for joining FACT as we initiate our newsletter and accompanying social media outreach tools. It is our hope that these new platforms will allow for the sharing of resources and information across the Commonwealth of Virginia around the topic of family violence.

In the Spotlight

FACT has been working hard to make additional information available to the field online and through social media. Our new Research and Data Portal links to family violence resources and makes FACT’s existing publications and tools more accessible. Specific features are highlighted below.


Provides locality-specific data so you can build custom, downloadable reports for indicators of family violence in Virginia.


Highlights the latest news, research and events related to family violence issues in Virginia.


Provides a listing of data and research sources about family violence and related topics, with an emphasis on data specific to Virginia.

The Resource Corner
ACEs Too High is a news site that reports on research about adverse childhood experiences.

National Center on Elder Abuse: Innovative Practices Database is an online tool that can help you locate program models and information resources around the country related to elder abuse prevention, intervention, and public education.

Virginia Centers Against Violence is a page dedicated to centers in Virginia that serve survivors of sexual and domestic violence, stalking, harassment, and trafficking.

Who We Are:
The Family and Children’s Trust Fund (FACT) was created by the General Assembly in 1986 as a public-private partnership to raise funds for the prevention and treatment of family violence. This includes child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation. FACT is governed by a Board of Trustees, appointed by the Governor, to raise and distribute funds for family violence prevention and treatment efforts, as well as promote public awareness of family violence issues across the Commonwealth.

Join Us:
Subscribe or follow us online. We also welcome information for possible inclusion in our newsletter or social media.

The Family and Children’s Trust Fund of Virginia (FACT)
801 E. Main Street, 15th Floor – Richmond, Virginia 23219-2901
Phone: 804.726.7604 | Fax: 804.726.7088 | Email: familyandchildrens.trustfund@dss.virginia.gov


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