Publicly Accessible VAdata Forms

    • The Hotline Form can be used to record all “hotline” calls received by sexual and domestic violence agencies. While the form can collect a great deal of data, only 10 or so fields are required.

    • The Advocacy Form can be used to record all face-to-face services for both adults and children that sexual and domestic violence agencies provide to survivors. Services might include shelter, individual advocacy, legal advocacy, or other assistance.

    • The Documenting Our Work surveys are based on the evidenced-based research of the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence. Sexual and domestic violence agencies provide these surveys to adults who receive either shelter or community-based services; the surveys are sealed and sent to the Action Alliance for data entry.


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