Information about HB 2912 & HB 2895 – enhancing victim participation in criminal legal system.
Frequently asked questions about making over-the-counter emergency contraception available in domestic violence and sexual assault programs.
An overview of the DV Housing First Demonstration & Research project. Domestic Violence Housing First is a strategic initiative of the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV), with support from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Regionalization is a way for programs to come together, develop a shared vision, and coordinate a plan to address the needs of survivors in the community together.
Legislative priorities for WSCADV in the 2016 legislative session.
This presentation provides basic overview information for mental health provides about trauma and resiliency experienced by domestic violence and sexual assault survivors.
A list of Domestic Violence Advocacy Day Frequently Asked Questions.
WSCADV asked teens how we should talk about emergency contraception and birth control. This is what they said.
Crossing Borders and the Enlace Project get together to learn about barriers students who are immigrant, homeless or pregnant and parenting students confront when trying to complete high school. Vanessa Hernandez, ACLU of Washington’s Education Policy Director presented a webinar exploring issues impacting WA students in Washington, including disparate school discipline and push out, and insufficient supports for students who are immigrants, people of color, pregnant and parenting or homeless. This webinar also includes information about legal protections that are available to students and families, and how advocates can support students and families in confronting barriers to education.
A handy wallet-sized tool to help you track your daily spending habits. Know where your money goes!