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Rose City Self-Defense Winter 2023-2024 Newsletter

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Office of Violence Prevention: American Rescue Plan Beneficiary Application 2023

The City of Portland is providing funds from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) to support small and emerging violence prevention/pro-social programs run by individuals, groups, and organizations.

This support is for BIPOC Communities affected by Covid-19 and Gun Violence.

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Gun Violence Reduction Grant 2023-2024

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“The Office of Violence Prevention's Street Level Request for Proposal, based on the Cure Violence model, is now open for applications.

“The Office of Violence Prevention's Street Level Request for Proposal, based on the Cure Violence model, is now open for applications.

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2022 - 2023 Gun Violence Reduction Grant FAQ Sheet

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Personal Safety Workshop (Friends of the Children)

Rose City Self Defense is holding a Personal Safety workshop at the Friends of the Children location.

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Cure Violence Announcement

The Office of Violence Prevention is pleased to announce the release of the Cure Violence Model: Street Level Outreach: Applications will be open from 12/05/22-01/09/2023

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Cure Violence Announcement

The Office of Violence Prevention is pleased to announce the release of the Cure Violence Model: Street Level Outreach: Applications will be open from 12/05/22-01/09/2023

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Community Peace Collaborative (CPC) Forum - May 24, 2023

Resources, services, and contact information shared via OVP Instagram page.

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OVP Gun Violence Reduction Grant Information Session

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SEI #LightTheWay Letter

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CPC Forum Resource List - October 1st, 2021

Resources, services, and contact information shared at bi-weekly Friday CPC forums.

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2021 OVP Forging Ahead Scholars

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Welcome to the Team!

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OVP's Coat Drive

The Office of Violence prevention is working to build a more family friendly city and increase public safety. Moms Demand action is grassroots, nonpartisan movement of individuals fighting for public safety measures that can protect people from gun violence.

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