Faith can be important to grieving and healing for domestic violence survivors. Check out our newly updated special collection to learn about culturally affirming, faith-centered approaches to support healing and accountability.
DCADV's Economic Justice as a Framework for Violence Prevention explores how all sectors can consider ways to adopt and advance policies that promote economic equity and revamp policies that may hinder success.
Responsive to the moment, mobile advocacy returns to the roots of DV advocacy, and embraces historically Black-led models of community care, through its flexible approach of meeting survivors where they are.
Learn more about national efforts to raise awareness about gender based violence throughout the year including: National Stalking Awareness Month (January), Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month (February), Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April), and Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October).