The Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) recently received a HopeLine® from Verizon grant of $20,000 to expand its work. Verizon Wireless’ HopeLine program supports domestic violence prevention and awareness programs in Colorado and […]
CCADV Staff and Friends created a human rainbow at the Big Gay 5k in Denver on June 21, 2014.
While same-sex battering mirrors heterosexual battering both in type and prevalence, its victims receive fewer protections. CCADV […]
This year’s Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference, co-sponsored by CCADV and CCASA, drew over 200 attendees who chose from 24 workshops and 4 roundtable discussions over two and a half days in beautiful Vail, CO. […]
The CCADV Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Amy Miller has accepted the position of Executive Director of the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence! She will begin her new role in June.
With a time of 56:13 and a combined 20 legs, CCADV’s Centipede Against Domestic Violence won the Longest Centipede Award at the Girls on the Run 5k in City Park (Denver) on Saturday, May […]
Support Our Human Centipede!
Join the team from CCADV on May 10 to create a HUGE human centipede during the ‘Girls on the Run 5k’ in City Park (Denver). Don’t worry…we’ll be walking! Registration is $20 […]
This year our annual conference will feature a silent auction to raise funds for programs at both CCADV and CCASA. To make this a success – we need you to share your talents!
Are you […]
April marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). During SAAM, activists from around the country and Colorado seek to raise awareness about sexual violence and educate communities on how to prevent it.
Sexual violence is one […]
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. The high co-occurrence of child abuse and domestic violence is undisputed. Further, even witnessing domestic violence leads children to exhibit symptoms and behaviors that mimic those who have […]
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