- what survivors need to overcome abuse
- what systems (e.g., police, housing authorities, CPS) need to support survivors
- what communities need in order to go beyond simply raising awareness, to actually ending domestic violence.
Survivors tell us that immigration status and cultural isolation are major barriers to getting safe. Crossing Borders offers tools for advocates working to minimize these barriers.
The disAbility Advocacy Project works to create connections between disability, domestic violence, and sexual assault advocates.
Domestic violence is a leading cause of homelessness for women and children. Domestic Violence Housing First is working to create a world where housing is no longer a reason to stay in an abusive relationship.
We believe women and girls should have access to money, housing, childcare, and education so they can make decisions about their relationships without regard for the financial impact of those decisions.
Find up-to-date statistics and research from our Domestic Violence Fatality Review.
We are planning for the future of the domestic violence movement in Washington State.
WSCADV helps domestic violence programs with the business of running themselves. We promote visionary leadership, management excellence, practical skills, and mentoring of the next generation of skilled leaders.
We provide training and support to legal advocates to help them understand how the legal system works, how to help survivors navigate the legal system, and how to advocate within the legal system on behalf of survivors.
Domestic violence is preventable. Here are some tools and resources to help you play a role in stopping this violence before it starts.
WSCADV’s public policy advocacy includes working for improved laws, helping our members communicate with their legislators, and educating our members on changes in state and federal law.
Refuse To Abuse® is a partnership between the Seattle Mariners and the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence to take a stand against domestic violence and promote healthy, respectful relationships.
WSCADV is addressing the link between reproductive and sexual coercion and violence against women and girls.
WSCADV provides support and peer learning opportunities for people running a domestic violence shelter.