Act TODAY for Casa de Esperanza!

Friends, Today Casa de Esperanza and Verizon Wireless’ HopeLine launch the national Hope Campaign to challenge people across the country to take action to end domestic violence. Show that you stand with others to create the peaceful world we all deserve.…Read More

Become a fan of VAWnet's Facebook Page!!

To learn more about domestic and sexual violence prevention, intervention, public policy, and funding, become a fan of VAWnet, the National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women. Gain access to special collections on specific topics, applied…Read More

Domestic Violence as a Pre-Existing Condition?

Typically, experiencing a physical assault, such as domestic violence, immediately impacts an individual’s physical health and wellbeing. Usually, immediate trauma indicators (marks, bruises, broken bones, etc) are used to ascertain whether or not an…Read More

Remember My Name: Writing Toward Healing

As human beings we are blessed with the ability to express ourselves through language and, by extension, the written word. From the beginning of time, words have been used to capture the mundane details of life, identify objects, show the way to hidden…Read More

Join NNEDV in Honoring Domestic Violence Awareness Month!

NNEDV is launching our Domestic Violence Awareness Month 31n31 Campaign, where will we post on Twitter and Facebook 31 statistics for 31 days about domestic violence throughout the month of October.  Follow our posts to learn about domestic violence and share…Read More

H1N1/Swine Flu Preparedness & Response Resource Page

H1N1/Swine Flu Preparedness & Response Resource Page VAWnet has gathered key resources offering guidance for residential programs in preparing for and responding to an influenza pandemic.…Read More

1994 - 2009: Commemorating 15 Years of the Violence Against Women Act

Dear Friends, Fifteen years ago, we saw the result of the hard work of dedicated advocates throughout the nation, when landmark legislation, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), was signed into law on September 13, 1994. And today, President Barack Obama…Read More
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