The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) has worked for thirty-one years to end violence against women by raising awareness and educating the public about the effects of domestic abuse.
Our work includes developing and sustaining ground-breaking public policy at the national level; developing and providing free resources and effective trainings; and assisting the 2,000+ urban and rural shelters and programs at the local, state, and regional levels in the programming they offer to victims seeking safety and assistance.
Membership with NCADV provides:
- critical programming aimed at creating laws and legislation at the national level that help victims of domestic violence obtain and sustain safety;
- trainings and conferences aimed at furthering the most cutting-edge and effective responses to serving victims of domestic violence; and,
- assistance to victims of domestic violence through such programs as NCADV’s Hope and Power for Financial Empowerment, our Job Skill and Employment Readiness trainings, and our Protective Parents Resource Center (currently in the final stages of development).
- A direct connection to the 2000 shelter programs and state coalitions throughout the US
- Lobbying on your behalf through our DC Public Policy Office
- Legislative updates on national domestic violence policy and legislation
- Action Alerts on pending national legislation affecting the domestic violence movement
- Research and identify funding sources for your programs
- Discounts on registrations to NCADV’s National Domestic Violence Conference, a forum for progressive voices in the grassroots movement
- Subscription to The Voice: The Journal of the Battered Women’s Movement. Each issue of VOICE provides substantive, thoughtful articles on an aspect of the battered women’s movement.
- Subscription to our newsletter, The Grassroots Connection (All levels of membership receive a newsletter). This publication will help you stay up to date on the progress of the battered women’s movement across the nation and ways you can get involved.
- Free, usable information on domestic violence and alternatives to it, such as Hope and Power for Your Personal Finances: A Rebuilding Guide Following Domestic Violence published by NCADV and The National Endowment for Financial Education.
You also receive discounts on products, merchandise and publications such as:
- The National Directory of Domestic Violence Programs
- Teen Dating Violence Resource Manual
- Purple Ribbon Awareness Pins
- Purple Ribbon Car Magnets
- Remember My Name Posters and much more…
*Membership benefits vary according to member level.
If you have questions about membership with NCADV, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-839-1852 ext. 104
You can now become a member by joining online. http://shop.ncadv.org/membershp
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