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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. 


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.



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

The National Week of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls/Peoples (MMIWG/P) is observed from May 1 to May 7. This week is an opportunity to raise awareness and take action to recognize the missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. The National Day of Awareness on May 5 is a day to honor the lives of those who were abducted or murdered and to acknowledge the staggering number of cases that remain unsolved.

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. NYSCADV celebrates the diverse cultures, histories, and contributions of the AAPI community. We stand in solidarity with advocates and organizations working to dismantle oppression and promote inclusivity and justice.

As Mental Health Awareness Month unfolds this May, NYSCADV recognizes the intricate relationship between mental health and domestic violence. Our mental well-being profoundly influences every facet of our lives, from our connections with others to our professional endeavors and overall sense of fulfillment. Yet, domestic violence intertwines with these matters, creating a complex tapestry of challenges.

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