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Jun, 2017 by Alisha Chavez in News The NMCADV is proud to unveil our new campaign to promote the work and outcomes of domestic violence services in our state!
Mar, 2017 by Alisha Chavez in Articles, News, Projects Commentary from NMCADV Executive Director, Pam Wiseman: People may want to know whether the work performed by domestic organizations really helps.
According to excellent, national research, we now know that it does!
Mujeres Latinas en Accion joins the Chicago Says No More Campaign to combat domestic violence and sexual assault in the Chicago Metro Area.
Join us and sign your name to put an end to violence against women.
Our court-based work around sex trafficking was presented at Columbia University’s Reframing Freedom: a Critical Approach to Modern Slavery Conference in April.
Internationally, STEPS staff have presented or served as panelists in policy-shaping actions, including most recently in 2013 at the United Nations where we were invited by Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women to participate in an expert working group to discuss causes, consequences and conditions of violence against women in custodial settings.
Court advocates also offer support during the PFA process. Clair County: 205-338-8808Jefferson County: 205-322-9922The YW maintains a 24-hour crisis line answered by staff and volunteers trained in crisis intervention.
Training participants will gain a holistic understanding of the social, psychological, medical & legal aspects of sexual violence.
After the training, participants will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to volunteer to support survivors of sexual violence by providing crisis intervention & medical advocacy services.
We have developed an array of training curricula for professionals and community members and are available to provide training and consultation on such topics as: STEPS stands in solidarity with a new lawsuit against the City of New York brought forth by the Legal Aid Society.
Targeting Section 240.37, loitering for the purpose of prostitution, the lawsuit stipulates that the section is unconstitutional on its face and also because it is unlawfully enforced by NYPD officers who target women for arrest based on …