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Help Stop Domestic Violence

DCADV is the statewide, nonprofit coalition of agencies and individuals working to stop domestic violence in Delaware. We work in partnership with direct service providers, government officials, and business and community partners to promote equality in relationships as we strive to alter the social conditions that allow violence and abuse to occur. We invite you to join us in these efforts.

Supporting Membership

Join or renew your membership today! Your support ensures that critical work in the areas of policy and advocacy, public education, and media outreach can continue.

Current News & Upcoming Events

SAVE THE DATE: Annual Advocates' Retreat

May 2-3, 2016

Atlantic Sands Hotel & Conference Center

DCADV's annual two-day retreat that brings together victims/survivors, advocates and victim service providers to connect, share information and support professional growth to those working with survivors of intimate partner violence, family violence, sexual violence dating violence and/or stalking. Registration and more details coming soon!

DV101 Training Registration

On March 1st & 2nd, DCADV will hold the two-day training featuring information on domestic violence history, prevalance, dynamics, prevention, advocacy, intervention, resources and legal remedies. Register Today.

February is National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

Visit the Love is Respect website, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence website, and DCADV's Social Networks for additional resources and activity updates.

New Delaware Employment Law 

Delaware provides employment protections for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. House Bill No. 4 prohibits employers from discriminating  against a victim of domestic violence, a sexual offense or stalking. Employers must provide reasonable accomodations, including allowing employees to use accrued leave originally designated for a different purpose to address the DV, sexual offense or stalking. For instance, a victim of domestic violence can use their paid sick time to get a Protection from Abuse order. The employee may be required by the employer to show a court order, a police record, or a statement from a healthcare provider or advocate certifying that they are a victim of one of these crimes. This new law provides important employment protections for victims of domestic violence. Read more.

Read DCADV's Annual Report

DCADV's Annual Report reviews, highlights and celebrates the past year's accomplishments. Read more.

Member Organizations

Child, Inc. Community Legal Aid Society, Inc. - Equal Access to Justice Delaware Center for Justice People's Place YWCA Delaware