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At NYSCADV, our work is to create and support the social change necessary to prevent and confront all forms of domestic violence. We do this by providing training and technical assistance for local domestic violence programs across New York State, working with communities to change our culture into one that doesn't condone violence, and advocating for policies to make sure that survivors across our state are provided the support they need to get safe and heal. 

OUR VISION FOR THE FUTURE

The collective voices of survivors and advocates, as expressed through the Coalition, will strengthen public and private response and prioritize domestic violence as a human rights issue.

 

OUR IMPACT IN 2023

  • Trainings Held

    87

  • Advocates & Allies Trained

    3,906

  • Training Hours Offered

    246.5

News & Events

Advocates from New York and beyond joined NYSCADV for our inaugural Economic Empowerment Summit in Albany, NY, on June 11, 2024.

June marks LGBTQ+ Pride Month, a time to celebrate the vibrant diversity and resilient spirit of the LGBTQ+ community. As we adorn our streets with rainbow flags and come together in solidarity, it's essential to reflect on the multifaceted journey towards equality and the ongoing challenges faced by LGBTQ+ individuals, including the intersectionality of domestic violence within the community.

Juneteenth, celebrated as Freedom Day, stands as a poignant reminder of the end of slavery in the United States.
While we observe Juneteenth, it's imperative to recognize the ongoing struggle for racial justice in the United States. While strides have been made, systemic racism persists, underscoring the necessity for continued efforts to ensure dignity and respect for all individuals. Juneteenth embodies the fortitude of the African American community amidst adversity, urging us to persist in the pursuit of justice and equality.

Reflections on NYSCADV’s 2024 Legislative Day of Action: Ensuring the Needs of Domestic Violence Survivors are Attained

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