As a statewide leader in the movement against domestic violence, the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence is committed to assisting the media to accurately and responsibly cover all issues concerning domestic violence.

Fact sheet on Domestic Violence in Colorado

For media inquiries, please email or call:

Amy Pohl, Communications and Membership Director

Amy Miller, Executive Director

The Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence was established in 1977 as a nonprofit statewide membership program.  Members include domestic violence service providers and community members.

The Coalition works to end domestic violence through three main initiatives: strengthening Colorado’s domestic violence shelters by providing training and technical assistance; creating change in Colorado by developing and supporting public policy and legislative initiatives that protect victims and survivors of domestic violence; and engaging Colorado in the movement to end violence by promoting awareness of domestic violence to the media and general public. Learn more about the Coalition by visiting our About Us page.

CCADV In the News: Archive

June 30, 2016, 9News: Help Available for Domestic Violence Victims

June 29, 2016, Denver Post: What we know about the Wynkoop shooting victim and her estranged husband who pulled the trigger

Press Release: House Bill 15-1263 (March 2015)

Press Release: CCADV Receives Verizon HopeLine Grant (December 2014)

Press Release: DVAM Kickoff Event (October 2014)

Press Release: CCADV Awarded Verizon HopeLine Grant (July 2014)

Press Release: Domestic Violence Census Day (March 2014)