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Guidance has recently been issued by the Rhode Island Office of the Health Insurance Commissioner (OHIC) relating to coverage of transgender services.Based on this guidance, Tufts Health Plan’s fully insured Rhode Island plans will now cover certain medically necessary transgender services.The RICADV's network of member agencies provides a wide array of services for victims, including emergency shelter, support groups, counseling services, and assistance with the legal system.For more information about these organizations and services, call the statewide Helpline at 800-494-8100. For information about services and resources available in the state, please click here.Who is Witnessing Domestic Violence in Rhode Island?Co-Investigator, CDC Cooperative Agreement U81/CCU120888 "Surveillance of Child Maltreatment Morbidity in Rhode Island" Effort 95%, Period of support 9/30/2001-9/29/2004, No-cost Extension 9/30/2004-6/30/2005 Total direct costs: 4,390 Co-Investigator, CDC Cooperative Agreement U81/CCU120884 "Surveillance of Child Maltreatment Mortality in Rhode Island" Effort 5%, Period of support 9/30/2001-9/29/2004 Total direct costs: 6,290 Principal Investigator, NIH grant number 1R21AG030663 "Evaluation of Data Linkage Methodology to Improve Estimates of Elder Mistreatment" Effort: 20%, Period of support: 9/30/07-6/30/09 Total direct costs: 9,000 Program Manager, CDC Cooperative Agreement 2U17CE123104-6 "Rhode Island Violent Death Reporting System" Effort 35%, Period of support 8/15/2008-8/14/2013 Total direct costs: 7,970 Project Evaluator, SAMHSA grant number 1 SM058373-01 "Rhode Island Suicide Prevention Project" Effort 25%, Period of Support: 9/30/08 9/29/11 Total annual direct costs: 4, 862 American Public Health Association 126th Annual Meeting & Exposition: Highest Scoring Abstract Prize Winner for Verhoek-Oftedahl W, Silverman A, Dinklage S, Perez B and Thacher AK.David Le Doux (401) 764-5795 Email The STOP Violence Against Women Formula Grant Program, awarded to states and territories, enhances the capacity of local communities to develop and strengthen effective law enforcement and prosecution strategies to combat violent crimes against women and to develop and strengthen victim services in cases involving violent crimes against women.Each state and territory must allocate 25 percent for law enforcement, 25 percent for prosecutors, 30 percent for victim services (of which at least 10 percent must be distributed to culturally specific community-based organizations), 5 percent to state and local courts, and 15 percent for discretionary distribution.
Family Research Laboratory and Crime Against Children Research Center, University of New Hampshire August 2002.
The Sexual Assault Services Formula Grant Program is the first federal funding stream solely dedicated to the provision of direct intervention and related assistance for victims of sexual assault.
The SASP Formula Grant Program directs grant dollars to states and territories to assist them in supporting rape crisis centers and other nonprofit, nongovernmental organizations or tribal programs that provide services, direct intervention, and related assistance to victims of sexual assault.
The Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies are designed to encourage state, local, and tribal governments to treat domestic violence as a serious violation of criminal law requiring the coordinated involvement of the entire criminal justice system.
Grant funds may be used for implementing mandatory or pro-arrest programs and policies; developing policies and training in criminal justice agencies to improve tracking of domestic violence cases; and creating centralized domestic violence units consisting of police, prosecution, the judiciary, or other criminal justice agencies.