CCADV's Policy Advocacy Save Lives! The safety and rights of survivors of domestic violence and their children from every community in our state are directly affected by local and state laws and policy. That’s why the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence proactively advocates at the state Capitol and with other governmental agencies to address domestic violence. We work closely with Colorado’s domestic violence programs to understand the ongoing and emerging needs at the local and
Why schedule a donation on Colorado Gives Day? Thanks to the $1 Million Incentive Fund created by CGD partners, the value of your donation will be increased when you schedule to give to CCADV on ColoradoGives.org. Here's how it works: If CCADV receives, for example, 10% of the total amount of money raised on Colorado Gives Day, then we would receive 10% of the $1 Million Incentive Fund!
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month! Each October, you can help CCADV and DV programs around Colorado to raise awareness about domestic violence and join in our efforts to end it. Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2016 Quick Links: Downloadable Awareness Posters Organize a Community Film Screening Get Your Creativity On!
The CLOSE TO HOME Summer Move-in Kit Drive is helping to address this need by collecting basic household items. The kits will be delivered directly to families in need by more than two dozen Metro Denver agencies that serve residents who have experienced homelessness. Losing a home can happen to anyone and is an increasing concern for families and children in suburban communities and cities across Metro Denver. Housing is critical to our ability to
Governor HIckenlooper signed HB 1080, Assault by Strangulation, into Colorado Law! Join CCADV on Wednesday, June 29th, for a webinar: CCADV's Lydia Waligoski will provide advocacy tips to assist survivors in documenting signs and symptoms of strangulation and provide the necessary background needed to effectively facilitate these changes in practice within your communities. Register Today!
Data, DVP and You! will provide participants with an overview of the types of data DVP collects, what we do with the data, and the new data for the Self-Sufficiency Matrix. We will also provide an overview of the CDHS C-Stat process and an update on the Self-Sufficiency Matrix evaluation. Participants will be able to ask questions and learn more about why data is important to DVP, and how your program can use and learn
CCADV is MOVING! As of June, 2016, the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence will have a new home. Starting May 1, CCADV Staff will be working remotely as we transition to our new space. Get our new address and find out more at: http://eepurl.com/bYMwcX
CCADV hosts an Online Learning Center (OLC) in partnership with the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence (PCADV) to provide professionals working with domestic violence survivors and their families with additional training options. These online, on-demand courses provide participants with uniform, self-paced training. Participants receive a certificate upon successful completion of a course. This is an on-going project that CCADV will continue to build and strengthen. Available Courses DV 101 Understanding Batterers Introduction to Client-Centered Advocacy