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WSCADV is the leading voice for ending domestic violence in Washington State. We support our 73 independent member programs, who in turn, serve survivors of abuse, their children, and their families in communities across the state. We improve how communities respond to domestic violence and work to create a social intolerance for abuse. We do this through: Visionary work, Supporting our members, and Informing the public. Learn more at www.wscadv.org and our popular blog, www.canyourelate.org.
WSCADV is the leading voice to end domestic violence in Washington.
Founded in 1990 by survivors and their allies, WSCADV is a non-profit network of domestic violence programs. These programs serve survivors all over the state. And WSCADV serves these programs by:
- Working for laws that ensure safety and justice for survivors
- Providing specialized support to domestic violence agencies
- Conducting research to promote local-level change
- Publishing papers on critical issues