2022 Domestic Violence Awareness Month

2022 Domestic Violence Awareness Month


Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) was launched nationwide in October 1987 as a way to connect and unite individuals and organizations working on domestic violence issues while raising awareness for those issues. Over the past 30+ years, much progress has been made to support domestic violence victims and survivors, to hold abusers accountable, and to create and update legislation to further those goals. 

Donate to NCADV in Honor of DVAM

Here you'll find resources and guidance for bringing DVAM to your community.

NCADV's 2022 DVAM Toolkit: #WeAreResilient

In this toolkit, you’ll find information, background, messaging, templates, and content that you’ll find helpful when promoting your involvement in #DVAM2022 and your commitment to seeing a national culture where we are all safe, empowered and free from domestic violence.

The #WeAreResilient toolkit includes ...

  • Details about NCADV and DVAM
  • Information about Domestic Violence (including graphics, links to blog posts and fact sheets, and online resources)
  • Samples and Templates
  • More Ways to #PowerUp with NCADV


How Can I Get the #WeAreResilient Toolkit?

To receive your copy of the #WeAreResilient toolkit to use this DVAM, follow the link below, sign up to be a part of #WeAreResilient with your email address, you'll be emailed the toolkit. Please Note: Providing your email address for the #WeAreResilient toolkit will not add you to any email marketing lists, nor will we sell or rent it to any third parties; it will result in a one-time email being sent to you with the toolkit.

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Effective October 6, 2022, The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) and the National Domestic Violence Hotline (The Hotline) have joined together. To learn more about this exciting venture, to expand the eco-system of holistic and inclusive support for survivors and advocates, please visit Project Opal.