Join CCADV at the Denver premier of film, ‘Making a Killing’

Tickets are now available at www.bravenewfilms.org/dfs to see the national premiere of Making a Killing: Guns, Greed and the NRA on March 22 that CCADV is co-sponsoring with the Denver Film Society and four other gun violence prevention

CCADV Call for Bloggers 2016

CCADV Call for Bloggers: Share your thoughts; change the world! The Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence is looking for guest and regular bloggers, and we want to hear from YOU. “Why blog?” you ask. Here are

Domestic Violence and the Holidays

By Abha CCADV Blogger Our first audio Blog! Listen as Abha describes how it can be difficult for some immigrant DV victims to enjoy the holidays in the United States. Some of her insights

Member Programs in the News

CCADV member programs in the news: read about some of the great work being done around the state of Colorado to create safer communities for us all! Behind the scenes of Archuleta County Victim Assistance:

My own home scares me

My own home scares me. By Abha CCADV Blogger Homelessness continues to be a cause of increasing concern among women who experience domestic violence. It is said that, “92% of homeless mothers were victims of

A Pair for You Makes Two!

Now through the holidays, shop www.weartoo.com with promo code: COLORADO and a pair will be donated to a local women’s shelter for every pair you purchase. You'll be wearing the nicest knickers in Colorado!  

CCR Project Site Moves forward with Advocate Initiated Response

From: http://aspenpublicradio.org/post/system-makes-it-easier-domestic-violence-victims-get-help Local law enforcement agencies are hoping to simplify the process of getting help to victims of domestic violence. On Tuesday (10/20) Aspen, Snowmass and Basalt police joined the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office in

CCADV Featured in Praxis International Rural Digest Summer Issue

CCADV’s CCRT project is based on the Praxis, International’s Blueprint for Safety and the work of CCADV's CCRTs were recently in Praxis’ Rural Digest. For the full article, click here. "To span the vast and dynamic geographic

September 21st, 2015|Announcements|0 Comments

Being a Part of the Movement to End Domestic Violence in Rural Colorado and Beyond

by Amy Pohl CCADV Staff and Blogger (highlights from a speech I gave last weekend at a fundraiser in Grand County) I started my career advocating for survivors in a small town in Wyoming, and

September 18th, 2015|Announcements|0 Comments

We need your input!

Colorado Survivor Voices on Strangulation 2015 Survey: As you know, improving the response to crimes involving strangulation has been identified as a top policy priority for the CCADV by our members. In order to do

September 11th, 2015|Announcements|0 Comments