Welcome to ServingOurYouth.org!

Here you'll find information and resources on the Children and Youth & Engaging Men and Boys Office on Violence Against Women Grant Programs and Grantees.

 

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Read our new Children's Exposure to Domestic Violence fact sheet and action sheets:

 

Grantee Feature: AVDA and "A Bad Rap"

FY20 grantee AVDA has released a comic book made in collaboration with youth. Check it out!

 

Read our new Highlights from the Field booklet

Learn more about the history of the CYEM grants, and enjoy spotlights about grantees' programs!

 

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What are the CY & EM Programs?

The Children and Youth & Engaging Men (CY & EM) grant programs support community-based efforts to address the needs of children and youth impacted by domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. The CY & EM programs also support men and boys working as allies to prevent violence against women and girls.

Click below to learn more about each type of CY & EM project.

Children Exposed to Violence

Children Exposed to Violence

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School-Based

School-Based

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Community-Based

Community-Based

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Engaging Men and Boys

Engaging Men and Boys

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Serving Our Youth Team

The Serving Our Youth TA Project is the comprehensive technical assistance (TA) provider that provides TA and trainings for the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Children and Youth and Engaging Men (CY & EM) grant programs. The TA Team is composed of collaborative partners who provide grantees expert assistance in growing the capacity of communities to reduce violence against women, children, and youth. Serving Our Youth TA Project also assists grantees in creating strategies and programs in support of administering justice for and strengthening services to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sex trafficking.

Image Description: 50 CY & EM Grantees and TA Team members standing and posing together in front of round tables in a grey hotel conference room at the 2019 Spring Institute in Dallas, Texas.

Resource Library

Visit the Resource Library to review toolkits, webinars, and other helpful materials.