New Online Learning Center Courses Available!

Check out CCADV’s newest OLC Courses: Introduction to LGBTQ Domestic Violence This course begins with the basics of working with LGBTQ Survivors. It includes a discussion about terminology and the every-changing use of language. It

New Online Learning Center Course Available!

Check out CCADV's newest OLC Course: Understanding Public Benefits Description: Advocates often find themselves working with Survivors who may want to apply for, or are already receiving, public benefits. The process of applying for public

Courage. Compassion. Commitment.

A message from CCADV's Executive Director as we look back on 2017: "This year has brought incredible challenges to our communities and country, and as advocates, we are made for these times. In these times

Domestic Violence and the Holidays

The Question: Does domestic violence increase during the winter holiday season(the time period beginning the week of Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day)? The Answer: No The holidays can be stressful, but domestic violence is not

Our New Housing Newsletter

Check out the first edition of CCADV's NEW monthly housing newsletter! CCADV is offering a once-a-month newsletter dedicated to housing. There are continual stories, trainings, webinars, and opportunities every month, and we want to ensure

Save the Date for #LEAD2018: February 12th

          Says Lydia Waligorski, CCADV’s Public Policy Director, “The LEAD event is an opportunity for citizens to share with their legislators how domestic and sexual violence impacts their communities. We are

Schedule your CGD donation starting Nov 1st!

CCADV is proud to participate in Colorado Gives Day! Colorado Gives Day is an initiative to increase philanthropy in Colorado through online giving. Colorado Gives Day takes place during a 24-hour period on December (12.5.17), and

Enter the #DVAM2017 Stand Up Video Challenge!

CCADV’s Statement following the events in Charlottesville

CCADV Board and Staff stand with the community of Charlottesville, VA, the people of Guam, and others across our nation and the world who experience violence, hate, and discrimination on a daily basis. We work

DVAM Resources for 2017

Getting ready for DVAM 2017? We've got you covered! Check out our newest resources today! And we'll be adding content over the next month, so check back often. http://ccadv.org/be-involved/dvawarenessmonth/ Questions? Contact Amy Pohl.