What We Do
Since its founding in 1994, DCADV has engaged in a variety of activities, including public education efforts, training and prevention initiatives, and systems advocacy. DCADV works closely with the criminal justice, health care, education, advocacy, and social service communities to facilitate the creation of effective policies and programs for battered women and their children. In all of these efforts, DCADV is a crucial voice for domestic violence victims and their families.
Learn about the various aspects of our work by clicking the links on the left.
View DCADV's most recent Annual Report for a list of recent activities and accomplishments.