TC-TAT News & Events


Thank you for visiting our website! We are excited to announce that we are in the process of updating our website to a new and improved look, and with easier access to our online resources and training opportunities.

Over the next couple of months, it is possible that links to recordings or downloads may be interrupted or unavailable. Thank you for your patience as we transfer this information to our new site, we are working to make the transition as smooth as possible. In the meantime, if there is a resource you would like but cannot access, please email Rachel Larsen at rlarsen (at) transformcommunities (dot) org.



Transforming Communities: Technical Assistance, Training, and Resource Center (TC-TAT) is a national technical assistance, training, and resource center that advances new practices, skills, movement building, and policies to prevent violence against women and related forms of abuse, including domestic violence, sexual assault, teen dating violence and gender-based bullying.



Redefining our Work to Meet 21st Century Challenges – Competitive Funding, Increased Use of Technology, Cross-sector Collaboration, & more

As organizations dedicated to ending violence against women (VAW), we share similarities with other non-profits, but also distinct differences. As we look to the future, we face the question of how to most effectively build on our assets as organizations dedicated to survivor-defined advocacy and social change while navigating reduced funding, increased demand for services, long-term staff transitions, challenges against the VAW agenda, and more.

When: Friday, May 30, 2014
9:00 a.m. –11:00 a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time)




Review the latest issues of Catalyst Connections, a new online series featuring articles, activity worksheets, and related resources to help advocates strengthen prevention work in our communities.

Volume 2, Issue 1: "Building Beloved Community"

Volume 1, Issue 1:
"Building Our Intersectional Gender Analysis"
Volume 1, Issue 2: "Reframing Evaluation as a Tool for Social Justice and Community Empowerment"

Volume 1, Issue 3: "Advancing Domestic & Sexual Violence Prevention Efforts through Disability Justice"

TC-TAT Resource:

"Connecting with Our Communities: A Peer Dialogue on Community Engagement Work to Prevent Violence Against Women"
Community-based activists are working in diverse communities in California and represent organizations that may or may not have dedicated funding for prevention.  Explore what in-depth community engagement looks like and how to do this work with limited resources.  
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