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New NCADV Website Coming Fall 2014!!


NCADV Announcement, October 8, 2014

After careful consideration and in the best interests of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) and our NCADV staff we as the Board of Directors, are pleased to announce that Ruth M. Glenn has agreed to remain as the Executive Director of the NCADV.

NCADV's partners, donors and members have consistently and continually shown their support of NCADV to continue our work toward the inclusion of all voices of survivors and impacted loved ones, as well as our work on national policy and other aspects of social change to help end intimate partner violence.

We will continue our dedicated work for all survivors of domestic violence and continue to be the guiding source for the many programs, advocates, activists and others for information, training, support, and accountability to the battered women's movement.

We look forward to continuing that work with our supporters, NCADV staff and Ruth.

NCADV Board of Directors Executive Committee: Marilyn Horsey, Co-President; Lois Reckitt, Co-President; Peggy Payne, Treasurer; Rose Garrity, Secretary; Barbara Blunt, Past Officer.


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The first online and mobile accessible database of U.S. DV providers.
Helping survivors find help faster, and more easily.

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NCADV is Proud to Support the NO MORE Campaign!

Celebrities, athletes, corporate leaders, and advocates have joined forces to generate awareness for domestic violence and sexual assault and encourage bystanders to help, in a dramatic new series of public service announcements that feature the NO MORE http://www.nomore.org/ symbol, the first unified branding symbol (like the pink breast cancer ribbon) for these issues. A new, national survey underscores the urgent need for the campaign, revealing that the overwhelming majority of Americans know victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, but they do not talk about the issues with their children or friends, or take steps to help survivors. Read more here.

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There are many ways to help sustain the services and support NCADV has been providing to survivors of domestic violence for over 35 years.

Please support NCADV.



Help support NCADV--without opening your checkbook!

Hold a cell phone and digital electronics collection. Everything about the program is free, including shipping.
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Learn More
Safety Plan for a Friend, Relative or Co-Worker Who Is Being Abused by an Intimate Partner.

The Importance of Using Accountable Language. Read article.

Domestic Violence, Abuse, and Child Custody. Find out more.

20 Reasons Why She Stays: A Guide for Those Who Want to Help Battered Women by Susan McGee

Resources for Researchers: Collaboration in Domestic Violence/Welfare Research by Susan McGee

Why Abusers Get Away With Claiming "Parental Alienation" by Joan Zorza



In The Spotlight

ANNUAL SURVEY REVEALS CYCLE OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CONTINUES IN GENERATION Y

A third of women worldwide abused by partners, study finds

Domestic Violence Survey Shows Shift In Attitudes, Awareness

Survivors share how they overcame abusive relationships


In The News

Former White House lawyer for George W. Bush faces up to 50 years in jail for trying to kill wife by beating her to death in their multimillion dollar mansion Read more here.

Domestic Violence Victim Who Quit Job Can Get Benefits.Read more here.

Violence against Women Exacts High Economic Price, World Bank Says. Read more here.

Dating violence impedes victims' earnings. Read more here.

Definition of DV will change in UK. Read more here.

Prosecutors: Wife killed after refusing to have sex one last time. Read more here.

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Mineral Fusion has partnered with NCADV to help raise awareness and show survivors of domestic violence that they are not alone. Mineral Fusion supports NCADV with products proudly displaying the NCADV logo and website along with monetary donations and product contributions for shelters. Mineral Fusion is sold at Whole Foods Markets, Sunflower Markets, Vitamin Cottage and other independent natural product retailers. Follow them on Twitter and Like them on Facebook.

NCADV partners with Cellular Recycler for the collection of used cell phones. We receive a portion of the monies that come from the sale of refurbished cell phones to support our programming that helps stop violence in the home.

Cellular Recycler's mission is to create a nationwide cellular recycling program to keep valuable cellular equipment out of landfills. Their warehouse is one of the only facilities in the world dedicated to cell phone recycling that is ISO 9001:2000 and IAER certified. For more information on their programs, e-mail ncadv_info@cellularrecycler.com.
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The Pixel Project – NCADV's and the Pixel Project's global campaign to end violence against women and girls. Get involved.

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