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American Institute on Domestic Violence

2116 Rover Drive
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
Phone: (928) 453-9015
www.aidv-usa.com
The American Institute on Domestic Violence offers on-site workshops and conference presentations addressing the corporate cost of domestic violence in the workplace.

Asian and Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence

942 Market Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone: (425) 954-9964
www.apiahf.org/apidvinstitute
The American Institute on Domestic Violence offers on-site workshops and conference presentations addressing the corporate cost of domestic violence in the workplace.

Communities Against Violence Network

942 Market Street, 2nd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone: (425) 954-9964
www.cavnet2.org
Communities Against Violence Network (CAVNET) provides an interactive, online database of information; an international network of professionals; and real-time voice conferencing with professionals and survivors, from all over the world, using the Internet. CAVNET seeks to address violence against women, youth violence, and crimes against people with disabilities.

Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence

2416 E. Washington Street, Suite E
Bloomington, IL 61704-4472
Phone: (309) 664-0667
www.caepv.org
The Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence (CAEPV) is a national, nonprofit alliance of corporations and businesses throughout the United States and Canada, working to aid in the prevention of partner violence. CAEPV provides technical assistance and materials to help corporations and businesses address domestic violence in their workplaces.

FaithTrust Institute

2400 N 45th Street, Suite 10
Seattle, WA 98103
Phone: (206) 634-1903
www.cpsdv.org
The FaithTrust Institute (formerly Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence) provides training and educational resources for clergy, lay leaders, seminary faculty, chaplains, policy makers of religious institutions, and community advocates about the faith aspects of sexual and domestic violence.

Family Violence Prevention Fund

383 Rhode Island Street, Suite 304
San Francisco, CA 94103-5133
Phone: (415) 252-8900
www.endabuse.org
For more than two decades, the Family Violence Prevention Fund (FVPF) has worked to end violence against women and children around the world. Instrumental in developing the landmark Violence Against Women Act passed by Congress in 1994, FVPF has continued to break new ground by reaching new audiences, including men and youth; promoting leadership within communities to ensure that violence prevention efforts become self-sustaining; and transforming the way health care providers, police, judges, employers and others address violence.

Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community

University of Minnesota/School of Social Work
290 Peters Hall
1404 Gortner Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108-6142
Phone: (877) 643-8222
www.dvinstitute.org
The Institute on Domestic Violence in the African-American Community seeks to create a community of African-American scholars and practitioners working in the area of violence in the African-American community, further scholarship in the area of African-American violence, raise community awareness of the impact of violence in the African-American community, inform public policy, organize and facilitate local and national conferences and training forums, and identify community needs and recommend best practices.

Men Can Stop Rape

PO Box 57144
Washington, DC 20037
Phone: (202) 265-6530
www.mencanstoprape.org
Men Can Stop Rape empowers male youth and the institutions that serve them to work as allies with women to prevent rape and other forms of men's violence. Through awareness-to-action education and community organizing, the program promotes gender equity and focuses on building men's capacity to be strong without being violent.

Men Stopping Rape

306 North Brooks Street
Madison, WI 53715
Phone: (608) 257-4444
www.men-stopping-rape.org
Men Stopping Rape (MSR) is one of the nation's oldest and most active community-based groups of men working to end male violence against women and men. MSR directly involves participants in workshops and lectures in classes, fraternities, residence halls, sororities, high schools, prisons, and the workplace.

National Center for Victims of Crime

2000 M Street NW, Suite 480
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 467-8700
www.ncvc.org
The National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC) is a nonprofit organization that serves victims of all types of crime, including intimate partner violence. The Center provides public policy advocacy; training and technical assistance to victim service organizations, counselors, attorneys, criminal justice agencies, and allied professionals; a toll-free hotline for crime victims; and a virtual library containing publications, current statistics with references, a list of recommended readings, and bibliographies.

National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence

7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 120-N
Austin, TX 78757
Phone: (512) 407-9020
www.ncdsv.org
The National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence (NCDSV) develops and provides innovative training and consultation, influences policy, and promotes collaboration and diversity in working to end domestic and sexual violence. NCDSV has a staff of nationally known trainers and sponsors national and regional conferences.

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

P.O. Box 18749
Denver, CO 80218
Phone: (303) 839-1852
www.ncadv.org
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is a membership organization of domestic violence coalitions and service programs. NCADV provides training, technical assistance, legislative and policy advocacy, and promotional and educational materials and products on domestic violence; coordinates a national collaborative effort to assist battered women in removing the physical scars of abuse; and works to raise awareness about domestic violence.

National Domestic Violence Hotline

P.O. Box 161810
Austin, TX 78716
Hotline: (800) 799-SAFE (7233); (800) 787-3224 (TTY); (512) 453-8117 (administrative)
www.ndvh.org
The National Domestic Violence Hotline connects individuals to help in their area using a nationwide database that includes detailed information about domestic violence shelters, other emergency shelters, legal advocacy and assistance programs, and social service programs. Help is available in English or Spanish, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Interpreters are available to translate an additional 139 languages.

National Latino Alliance for the Elimination of Domestic Violence

P.O. Box 322086
Fort Washington Station
New York, NY 10032
Phone: (646) 672-1404; (800) 342-9908
www.DVAlianza.org
The National Latino Alliance for the Elimination of Domestic Violence (the Alianza) is a group of nationally recognized Latina and Latino advocates, community activists, practitioners, researchers, and survivors of domestic violence working together to promote understanding, sustain dialogue, and generate solutions to end domestic violence affecting Latino communities, with an understanding of the sacredness of all relationships and communities. Support from the Administration on Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services, has allowed the Alianza to establish El Centro: National Latino Research Center on Domestic Violence and the Alianza Training and Technical Assistance Division.

National Native American Resources to End Violence Against Native Women

P.O. Box 638
Kyle, SD 57752
Phone: (877) 733-7623 (RED-ROAD)
The resource center provides technical assistance, policy development, training institutes, and resource information regarding domestic violence and sexual assault to develop coordinated agency responses in American Indian/Alaska Native tribal communities.

National Network on Behalf of Battered Immigrant Women

www.endabuse.org/programs
The National Network on Behalf of Battered Immigrant Women was cofounded in 1994 by the Family Violence Prevention Fund, AYUDA, NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund, and the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild to coordinate national advocacy efforts aimed at removing the barriers battered immigrant women and children face when they attempt to leave abusive relationships.

National Network to End Domestic Violence

660 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, Suite 303
Washington, DC 20003
Phone: (202) 543-5566
www.nnedv.org
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) is a membership and advocacy organization of state domestic violence coalitions. NNEDV provides legislative and policy advocacy on behalf of the state domestic violence coalitions and, through the National Network to End Domestic Violence Fund, provides training, technical assistance, and funds to domestic violence advocates.

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
www.nrcdv.org
The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) was founded in 1993 as a key component in a national network of domestic violence resources. The NRCDV provides support to all organizations and individuals working to end violence in the lives of victims and their children through technical assistance, training and information on response to and prevention of domestic violence.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center

123 North Enola Drive
Enola, PA 17025
Phone: (877) 739-3895; (717) 909-0710
www.nsvrc.org
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) identifies and disseminates information, resources, and research on all aspects of sexual violence prevention and intervention. The NSVRC website features links to related resources and information about conferences, funding, job announcements, and special events. Additional activities include coordinating national sexual assault awareness activities, identifying emerging policy issues and research needs, issuing a biannual newsletter, and recommending speakers and trainers.

National Violence Against Women Prevention Research Center

Phone: (843) 792-2945
www.musc.edu/vawprevention
The National Violence Against Women Prevention Research Center provides information that is useful to scientists, practitioners, advocates, grassroots organizations, and any other professional or lay person interested in current topics related to violence against women and its prevention.

National Women's Health Information Center

Office on Women's Health
Department of Health and Human Services
200 Independence Avenue SW, Room 730B
Washington, DC 20201
Phone: (202) 690-7650
www.womenshealth.gov
The National Women's Health Information Center (NWHIC), run by the Office on Women's Health, is the most current and reliable resource on women's health today. It provides links to a wide range of women's health-related material developed by the Department of Health and Human Services, other federal agencies, and private sector resources.

Prevention Connection: The Violence Against Women Prevention Partnership

This project of the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault features an online public listserv and bi-monthly web-based forums. The listserv and web forums provide prevention experts with a vehicle for analyzing and discussing ongoing efforts to prevent domestic and sexual violence.
www.PreventConnect.org

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network

Hotline: (800) 656-HOPE
www.rainn.org
The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) is the nation's largest anti-sexual assault organization. RAINN's national hotline works as a call-routing system. When an individual calls RAINN, a computer reads the area code and first three digits of the phone number and routes the call to the nearest member rape crisis center.

The Stalking Resource Center

National Center for Victims of Crime
2000 M Street NW, Suite 480
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 467-8700
www.ncvc.org/src/main.aspx
The Stalking Resource Center is a project of the National Center for Victims of Crime, funded through the Violence Against Women Office (VAWO), U.S. Department of Justice. The Stalking Resource Center has established a clearinghouse of information and resources to inform and support local, multidisciplinary stalking response programs nationwide; developed a national peer-to-peer exchange program to provide targeted, on-site problem-solving assistance to VAWO Arrest grantee jurisdictions; and organized a nationwide network of local practitioners representing VAWO grantee jurisdictions to support their multidisciplinary approaches to stalking.

U. S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime

Resource Center
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
P.O. Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849-6000
Phone: (800) 627-6872; (877) 712-9279 (TTY)
www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc
The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) was established by the 1984 Victims of Crime Act to oversee diverse programs that benefit victims of crime. OVC provides substantial funding to state victim assistance and compensation programs-the lifeline services that help victims to heal. The agency supports trainings designed to educate criminal justice and allied professionals about the rights and needs of crime victims. OVC also sponsors an annual event in April to commemorate National Crime Victims Rights Week.

U.S. Department of Justice, Violence Against Women Office

810 7th Street NW
Washington, DC 20531
Phone: (202) 307-6026; (202) 307-2277 (TTY)
www.ojp.usdoj.gov/vawo
The Violence Against Women Office works with victim advocates and law enforcement to develop grant programs that support a wide range of services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, including advocacy, emergency shelter, law enforcement protection, and legal aid. Additionally, the Violence Against Women Office is leading efforts nationally and abroad to intervene in and prosecute crimes of trafficking in women and children and is addressing international domestic violence issues.

The National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women (VAWnet)

www.vawnet.org
The National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women (VAWnet) provides a collection of full-text, searchable resources on domestic violence, sexual violence, and related issues as well as links to an "In the News" section, calendars listing trainings, conferences, grants, and access to the Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month subsites.

State Organizations

ALABAMA

Alabama Coalition Against Rape

P.O. Box 4091
Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone: (334) 264-0123
www.acar.org/main.asp
The Alabama Coalition Against Rape is a statewide nonprofit organization working to prevent sexual violence in Alabama. It also works to improve treatment of and services to sexual assault victims, increase the reporting of sexual assaults, increase public awareness of sexual assault, and improve investigation and prosecution of sexual assault.

Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence

PO Box 4762
Montgomery, AL 36101
Phone: (800) 650-6522; (334) 832-4842
www.acadv.org
The Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence provides education to prevent domestic violence against women, including dating abuse, and support to victim and their families.

ALASKA

Alaska Network On Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

130 Seward Street, Room 209
Juneau, AK 99801
Phone: (907)586-3650
www.andvsa.org
ANDVSA is committed to the elimination of interpersonal violence and societal oppression in the lives of women and children.

ARIZONA

Arizona Sexual Assault Network

333 W. Indian School Road, 2nd Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85013
Phone: (602) 277-0119
www.azsan.org
The Arizona Sexual Assault Network (AZSAN) addresses sexual violence through a collaborative statewide network. It coordinates and supports a multidisciplinary approach to public and professional education, advocacy, and service for sexual assault professionals and service providers.

Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence

301 E. Bethany Home Road, Suite C194
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Phone: (800) 782-6400; (602) 279-7270 (TTY); (602) 279-2900
www.azcadv.org
The Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence is dedicated to increasing public awareness of domestic violence, enhancing the safety of and services for domestic violence victims, and reducing the incidence of domestic violence in Arizona.

Arizona Rape Prevention and Education Program

150 N. 18 Avenue, Suite 320
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone: (602) 542-7343
www.azrapeprevention.org
The Arizona Rape Prevention and Education Program promotes prevention of sexual coercion and violence by increasing public knowledge about sexual coercion and violence and by applying that knowledge through diverse prevention efforts.

ARKANSAS

Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault

215 N. East Avenue
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (866) 632-2272; (479) 527-0900
www.acasa.ws
The Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault is a statewide coalition of individuals and organizations working together toward the elimination of sexual violence. Provides cohesion, vision, and resources to members, while working to change public policy and advocate for adequate funding for sexual assault services.

Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence

1401 West Capitol Ave, Suite 170
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: (800) 269-4668; (501) 907-5612
www.domesticpeace.com
The Arkansas Coalition Against Domestic Violence works to eliminate personal and institutional violence against women and their children through programs providing support and safety to battered women and children, direct services, public information, training, education systems advocacy and social change activities.

CALIFORNIA

California Alliance Against Domestic Violence

926 J Street, Suite 210
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (800) 524-4765; (916) 444-7163
www.caadv.org
The California Alliance Against Domestic Violence is dedicated to eliminating domestic violence and all forms of violence against women and their children and girls by promoting social change through leadership and advocacy in partnership with their communities.

Statewide California Coalition for Battered Women

P.O.Box 19005
Long Beach, CA 90807-9005
Phone: (888) 722-2952; (562) 981-1202
www.sccbw.org
The Statewide California Coalition for Battered Women works to enhance the efforts of victim advocates, domestic violence agencies and related disciplines to stop domestic violence in California.

California Coalition Against Sexual Assault

1215 K Street, Suite 1100, Esquire Plaza
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 446-2520; (916) 446-8802 (TTY/TDD)
www.calcasa.org
The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault provides leadership, vision, and resources to rape crisis centers, individuals, and other entities committed to ending sexual violence.

COLORADO

Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault

PO Box 300398
Denver, CO 80203-0398
Phone: (877) 372-2272 (CCASA); (303) 861-7033
www.ccasa.org
The Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CCASA) is a statewide coalition of individuals and organizations working together for freedom from sexual violence. CCASA's mission is to ensure that those affected by sexual violence are treated with dignity and respect and have full access to quality services and resources.

Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence

P.O. Box 18902
Denver, CO 80218-0902
Phone: (888) 778-7091; (303) 831-9632
www.ccadv.org
The Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence is a network of rural and urban advocates who work together to coordinate services, exchange information, and work on issues of common concern, thereby providing a unified, statewide environment that will nurture members' local, community-based efforts to stop domestic violence.

CONNECTICUT

Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence

90 Pitkin Street
East Hartford, CT 06108
Phone: (888) 774-2900; (860) 282-7899
www.ctcadv.org
CCADV is dedicated to ending domestic violence by changing the social conditions, beliefs, and social actions that perpetuate abuse against women and children.

Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services, Inc.

CONNSACS
96 Pitkin Street
East Hartford, CT 06108
Phone: (888) 568-8332 Espa�ol; (888) 999-5545; (860) 282-9881
www.connsacs.org
CONNSACS actively seeks and distributes funds to develop and support its member organizations; participates in collaborative efforts to promote social change with national, state and local organizations; provides a forum for the exchange of skills and information regarding the response to, and prevention of sexual assault; and serves as a mechanism for the development and maintenance of appropriate standards of services for rape crisis centers.

DELAWARE

Delaware Domestic Violence Coordinating Council

New Castle County Courthouse
500 N. King Street, Suite 9425
Wilmington, DE 19801-3732
Phone: (302) 255-0405
www.dvcc.state.de.us
The Delaware Domestic Violence Coordinating Council is dedicated to reducing the incidence of domestic violence and abuse in all of its forms.

Delaware - CONTACT Delaware, Inc.

P.O. Box 9525
Wilmington, DE 19809
Phone: (800) 262-9800 (Kent and Sussex Counties); (302) 761-9100 (New Castle County)
(302) 761-9700 (TTY); (302) 761-9800 (office)
www.contactdelaware.org
The mission of CONTACT Delaware is to provide the highest quality telephone counseling, crisis intervention, information and referral, education and prevention services for persons in crisis and for persons in need of listening services. Services are provided by professionally trained and supervised volunteers who respond anonymously and confidentially to human needs 24 hours a day.

Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence

100 West 10th Street, Suite 703
Wilmington, DE 19801
Phone: (800) 701-0456 (In-State); (302) 658-2958
www.dcadv.org
The Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence is a statewide, non-profit organization of domestic violence agencies and individuals working to eliminate domestic violence through: acting as an educational and informational resource to member agencies and the community; advocating for domestic violence concerns in Delaware; and providing a strong, unified statewide voice for victims of domestic violence and their children, domestic violence programs, and victim service providers.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

District of Columbia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

1718 P Street, NW, Suite T-6
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 299-1181
www.dccadv.org
The DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence is a resource for the thousands of adults and children experiencing domestic violence in the District each year, as well as the local organizations that serve them. The Coalition offers support and services for today, and education, advocacy and leadership to shape a violence-free future for families in the District of Columbia.

D.C. Rape Crisis Center

P.O. Box 34125
Washington, DC 20043
Phone: (202) 233-7273 (RAPE) 24 Hour Hotline; (202) 232-0789
www.dcrcc.org
The Center's services include: a 24-hour hotline, group and individual counseling services for rape and incest survivors and their families and friends, a companion program to accompany survivors to hospitals, courts and police proceedings, low-cost self-defense classes, a growing library, training for professionals working with survivors and a wide array of community education programs including "Staying Safe" classes for children of all ages within the D.C. public school system.

FLORIDA

Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence

425 Office Plaza Dr.
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Phone: (800) 500-1119; (800) 621-4202 (TTY); (850) 425-2749
www.fcadv.org
The Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV) seeks to create a violence free world by empowering women and children through the elimination of personal and institutional violence and oppression against all people. FCADV provides leadership, advocacy, education, training, technical assistance, public policy and development, and support to domestic violence center programs.

Florida Council Against Sexual Violence

1311-A Paul Russell Road, Suite 204
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Phone: (888) 956-7273; (850) 297-2000
www.fcasv.org
The mission of the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence is to lead, educate, advocate, serve & network on behalf of all individuals impacted by sexual violence.

GEORGIA

Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault

131 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Suite 122
Atlanta, GA 30308
Phone: (866) 354-3672; (404) 815-5261
www.gnesa.org
The Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault (GNESA) envisions a society free from sexual violence and functions as a collective voice for reducing the threat and mitigating the effects of sexual assault in the state of Georgia. GNESA coordinates and supports a multidisciplinary approach to public and professional education, advocacy, and service for sexual assault centers and service providers.

Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

3420 Norman Berry Drive, Suite 280
Atlanta, GA 30354
Phone: (800) 33-HAVEN; (404) 209-0280
www.gcadv.org

HAWAII

Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

716 Umi Street, Suite 210
Honolulu, HI 96819-2337
Phone: (808) 832-9316
www.hscadv.org
The purpose of the Coalition is to coordinate efforts to end family violence in Hawaii. The HSCADV provides education and training on family violence to service providers, collects resource materials, serves as a clearinghouse, provides technical assistance on family violence matters, and provides facilitation when requested by member agencies.

Hawaii Coalition Against Sexual Assault

741-A Sunset Avenue, Room 105
Honolulu, HI 96816
Phone: (808) 733-9038
The Hawaii Coalition Against Sexual Assault provides services within the state of Hawaii for victims of sexual assault or abuse.

IDAHO

Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence

815 Park Boulevard, #140
Boise, ID 83712
Phone: (888)293-6118; (208)384-0419
www.idvsa.org
The Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence is a not for profit organization formed on behalf of victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. It was incorporated in 1980 to provide education, technical support and assistance to a network of shelters and safe homes, counseling and support groups, and other individuals advocating for the safety and rights of battered women and their children.

ILLINOIS

Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence

801 S. 11th Street
Springfield, IL 62703
Phone: (217) 241-0376 (TTY); (217) 789-2830
www.ilcadv.org
The Coalition Against Domestic Violence Foundation is committed to the elimination of domestic abuse in the State of Illinois with a primary focus on women and their dependent children.

Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault

100 North 16th Street
Springfield, IL 62703
Phone: (217) 753-4117
www.icasa.org
The purpose of the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) is two-fold: to end sexual assault violence and to alleviate the suffering of sexual assault victims. To accomplish these goals, ICASA advocates for public policy that prevents sexual violence and guarantees sensitivity to victims. ICASA uses the power of public education to change societal attitudes about the causes and consequences of sexual violence. ICASA assists with healing from the trauma of sexual violence through creation and support of community programs that provide advocacy, counseling and education.

INDIANA

Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault

55 Monument Circle, Suite 1224
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Phone: (800)691-2272; (317) 423-0233
www.incasa.org
The mission of the Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault is to pursue the eradication of sexual violence in Indiana.

Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence

1915 W. 18th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Phone: (800) 538-3393
www.violenceresource.org
The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence believes that violence is endemic to society, and that patriarchal values and attitudes support and perpetuate violence. The Coalition engages in efforts to confront the roots of that violence within individuals and within larger economic, social and political systems.

IOWA

Iowa Coalition Against Domestic Violence

515 28th Street Suite 104
Des Moines, IA 50312
Phone: (800) 942-0333 (Iowa hotline); (515) 244-8028
www.icadv.org
The mission of the Iowa Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV) is to end violence in intimate relationships. ICADV provides assistance and education to programs that serve battered women and their children.

Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault

515 28th Street, Suite 107
Des Moines, IA 50312-5259
Phone: (800) 284-7821 (24-hour hotline); (515) 244-7424
www.iowacasa.org
Iowa CASA was established to unite Iowa's sexual assault crisis centers. To better meet the needs of survivors, IowaCASA provides training, public policy activities, assistance to communities of color, resources, and referrals.

KANSAS

Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence

634 SW Harrison
Topeka, KS 66603
Phone: (800) 799-SAFE; (800) END-ABUSE; (785) 232-9784 (TTY)
www.kcsdv.org
The Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence (KCSDV) is a network of programs reaching across the state, helping us unify on a state level and to end battering and sexual assault wherever it occurs. Its primary focus is on providing support and safety to the victims of these crimes through the direct services of member programs. The major work of the Coalition is to support this network of services by increasing public awareness through education and advocacy, exploring new options for services and funding, and by working for social change.

KENTUCKY

Kentucky Domestic Violence Association

PO Box 356
Frankfort, KY 40602
Phone: (502) 209-5382
www.kdva.org
The mission of the Kentucky Domestic Violence Association is to ensure that the right to live free of any form of domestic abuse is valued, protected, and defended in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs

PO Box 4028
Frankfort, KY 40604
Phone: (866) 375-2727; (502) 226-2704
www.kasap.org
The mission of KASAP is to speak with a unified voice against sexual victimization. In support of this mission KASAP provides technical assistance, facilitates collaboration, promotes public awareness, and develops, promotes, and monitors public policy.

LOUISIANA

Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence

PO Box 77308
Baton Rouge, LA 70879
Phone: (888) 411-1333 (hotline); (225) 752-1296
www.lcadv.org
The Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (LCADV) is a statewide network of battered women's programs, supportive organizations, and individuals who share the goal of ending violence against women and children in Louisiana. LCADV empowers its members through advocacy, education, resource development, and technical assistance.

Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault (LaFASA)

509 W. Morris Avenue
Hammond, LA 70403
Phone: (888) 995-7273; (985) 345-5995
www.lafasa.org
LaFASA's mission is to work toward the elimination of sexual violence through program support, education, and social change.

MAINE

Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault

83 Western Ave, Suite 2
Augusta, ME 04330
Phone: (800) 871-7741 (state hotline); (888) 458-5599 (TTY); (207) 626-0034
www.mecasa.org
The Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault's mission is to put an end to sexual assault and sexual abuse in Maine, and to ensure that there will be ongoing support and services for victims and survivors.

Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence

170 Park Street
Bangor, ME 04401
Phone: (207) 941-1194
www.mcedv.org
Founded in 1977, the Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence (MCEDV) is a coalition of member organizations working to educate and empower victims of domestic abuse and communities. The Coalition's work includes: providing services for victims of domestic abuse and their children; public education and school-based prevention programs; training for volunteers, professionals, and intervention programs; developing public policy and supporting legislation that protects and empowers victims of domestic violence and holds perpetrators accountable; and providing visibility and a voice to victims of abuse.

No More Violence, Maine

73 Winthrop Street
Augusta, ME 04330-5505
Phone: (800) 871-7741 (hotline); (888) 458-5599 (TTY)
www.nomoreviolencemaine.org
No More Violence's goal is to bring together, in one place, information about all forms of violence in Maine.

MARYLAND

Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence

Whitehall Professional Center
6911 Laurel Bowie Road, Suite 309
Bowie, MD 20715
Phone: (800) 634-3577; (301) 352-4574
www.mnadv.org
The Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence (MNADV) works to end domestic violence. As the Maryland state coalition, MNADV consists of the twenty comprehensive domestic violence service providers in Maryland, as well as criminal justice and law enforcement personnel, legal advocates, health care and social service providers, clergy, educators, businesses, community groups, and concerned individuals, working to provide consistent community responses to domestic violence.

Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Inc.

1517 Gov. Ritchie Highway, Suite 207
Arnold, MD 21021
Phone: (800) 656-HOPE or (800) 983-RAPE; (301) 565-3615 (Sexual Assault Legal Institute); (410) 974-4507
www.mcasa.org
The Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Inc. is a statewide advocate for accessible, compassionate care for survivors of sexual crimes, and accountability for all offenders.

MASSACHUSETTS

Jane Doe, Inc - Massachusetts Coalition Against Domestic Violence

14 Beacon Street, Suite 507
Boston, MA 02108
Phone: (877) 785-2020 (24 hour hotline); (617) 263-2200 (TTY); (617) 248-0922
www.janedoe.org
Jane Doe Inc., The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence brings together organizations and people committed to ending domestic violence and sexual assault. It creates social change by addressing the root causes of this violence, and promote justice, safety and healing for survivors. JDI advocates for responsive public policy, promotes collaboration, raises public awareness, and supports member organizations to provide comprehensive prevention and intervention services.

MICHIGAN

Michigan Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

3893 Okemos Road Suite B-2
Okemos, MI 48864
Phone: (517) 347-7000; (517) 381-8470 (TTY)
www.mcadsv.org
The Michigan Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (MCADSV) is a statewide membership organization whose members represent a network of over 70 domestic and sexual violence programs and over 200 allied organizations and individuals. It has provided leadership as the statewide voice for survivors of domestic and sexual violence and the programs that serve them since 1978. MCADSV is dedicated to the empowerment of all the state's survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Its mission is to develop and promote efforts aimed at the elimination of all domestic and sexual violence in Michigan.

MINNESOTA

Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault

161 St. Anthony Avenue, Suite 1001
St. Paul, MN 55103
Phone: (800)964-8847; (651) 209-9993
www.mncasa.org
The Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault is a voice for victims/survivors, sexual assault programs, and allies committed to ending sexual violence.

Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women

590 Park Street Suite 410
St. Paul, MN 55103
Phone: (800) 289-6177; (651) 646-0994 (hotline); (651) 646-6177 (office)
www.mcbw.org
The mission of the Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women is to provide a voice for battered women and member programs; challenge systems and institutions so they respond more effectively to the needs of battered women and their children; promote social change; and support, educate, and connect member programs.

MISSISSIPPI

Mississippi Coalition Against Sexual Assault

P.O. Box 4172
Jackson, MS 39296
Phone: (888) 987-9011; (601) 948-0555
www.mscasa.org
The mission of the Mississippi Coalition Against Sexual Assault is to support sexual assault centers in Mississippi, educate the public, and work to eradicate sexual violence. This coalition fosters a greater awareness of the trauma of rape and sexual assault through training and education; distributes information regarding the nature, history and prevention of rape and sexual assault to affected families and the general public; assists in the formation of support groups at local levels; and educates service providers to become better advocates for victims of rape and sexual assault.

Mississippi Coalition Against Domestic Violence

P O Box 4703
Jackson, MS 39296
Phone: (800) 799-7233 (After Hours); (800) 898-3234 (M-F, 8am-5pm); (601) 981-9196
www.mcadv.org
The overall goal of the Coalition is to provide an end to domestic violence in the home and in the state. The Coalition provides technical assistance to domestic violence shelters, community and professional education and other related assistance to victims of domestic violence across the state.

MISSOURI

Missouri Coalition Against Domestic Violence

718 East Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Phone: (573) 634-4161
www.mocadv.org
The Missouri Coalition Against Domestic Violence is a statewide membership coalition of organizations and individuals working to end violence against women and children through direct services, and social and systemic change.

MONTANA

Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

PO Box 633
Helena, MT 59624
Phone: (888) 404-7794; (406) 443-7794
www.mcadsv.com
The Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence's goal is to support and facilitate networking among its member organizations while advocating for social change in Montana.

NEBRASKA

Nebraska Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalition

825 M Street, Suite 404
Lincoln, NE 68508-2256
Phone: (800) 876-6238 (state hotline); (402) 476-6256
www.ndvsac.org
The Coalition's broader mission is to increase public awareness and community involvement and to encourage local community leaders and other key service providers to support efforts to change the institutional polices and cultural practices that perpetuate violence against women and children.

NEVADA

Nevada Coalition Against Sexual Violence

PO Box 530103
Henderson, NV 89053
Phone: (702) 940-2033
www.ncasv.org
The Nevada Coalition Against Sexual Violence is committed to achieve statewide, comprehensive and uniform sexual assault services.

Nevada Network Against Domestic Violence

100 W. Grove Street, Suite 315
Reno, NV 89509
Phone: (800) 500-1556 (Nevada Domestic Violence Hotline); (775) 828-1115
www.nnadv.org
The purpose for which the Nevada Network Against Domestic Violence was formed to work toward the elimination of domestic and sexual violence against all persons, and the empowerment of women and children. The general objectives of the organization are to provide information to direct and indirect service providers in the field of domestic and sexual violence, and to provide information, education and advocacy to the general public concerning the issues of domestic and sexual violence. In addition, the Nevada Network Against Domestic Violence generates and disburses funds to direct service programs, and administers said funds in accordance with generally accepted standards of fiscal accountability.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

PO Box 353
Concord, NH 03302-0353
Phone: (800) 277-5570 (State Sexual Assault Hotline); (866) 644-3574 (State Domestic Violence Hotline); (603) 224-8893 (Office)
www.nhcadsv.org
The New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence ensures that quality services are provided to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. In addition, the Coalition educates the public and encourages accountability and the provision of services for perpetrators. The Coalition supports its network by providing community education, coordination, training, resource sharing, and advocacy for public policy changes that affect victims of domestic and sexual violence.

NEW JERSEY

New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault

2333 Whitehorse Mercerville Rd., Suite B
Trenton, NJ 08619
Phone: (800) 601-7200 (statewide sexual violence hotline); (609) 631-4450
www.njcasa.org
The mission of the New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault is to promote the compassionate and just treatment of victims and their loved ones, foster collaborative relationships between community systems, and affect attitudinal and behavioral changes in society to work toward the elimination of sexual violence against all people.

New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women

1670 Whitehorse/Hamilton Square Road
Trenton, NJ 08690-3541
Phone: (800) 572-7233; (609) 584-0027 (TTY); (609) 584-8107
www.njcbw.org
The general objectives of the New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women are to provide information to direct and indirect service providers in the field of domestic and sexual violence, and to provide information, education and advocacy to the general public concerning the issues of domestic and sexual violence. In addition, the Coalition generates and disburses funds to direct service programs, and administers said funds in accordance with generally accepted standards of fiscal accountability.

NEW MEXICO

New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence

200 Oak NE, Suite 4
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Phone: (800) 773-3645; (505) 246-9240
www.nmcadv.org
The vision of the NMCADV is that children will grow up without witnessing and experiencing violence in their homes. The Coalition has, and will continue to, educate the public about domestic violence and make it everyone's business! NMCADV serves as a clearinghouse for information and referral. It collaborates with agencies and advocates in the areas of program development, public policy, education, training, and funding proposals.

New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc.

4004 Carlisle NE, Suite D
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone: (505) 883-8020
www.swcp.com/nmcsaas/
The New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs was founded to provide services to professionals (medical, mental health, law enforcement, social services) that will assist them to offer appropriate services to victims of sexual abuse, and to provide ongoing training on a variety of sexual abuse topics. In addition, the Coalition provides child sexual abuse prevention projects in rural New Mexico as well as a Clearinghouse of literature and resources to assist state professionals in the assessment, prosecution and treatment of sexual abuse and assault cases.

NEW YORK

Day One

www.dayoneny.org/
Day One partners with New York City youth to end dating abuse and domestic violence through community education, legal advocacy, supportive services and leadership development.

New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault

27 Christopher Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10014
Phone: (212) 229-0345 English; (212) 229-0345 ext. 306 (Spanish)
www.nycagainstrape.org
The mission of the New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault is to provide leadership in creating a society in which rape and sexual abuse are not tolerated, and in which survivors receive appropriate support and intervention. This is accomplished by uniting organizations, influencing policy and through advocacy, education and research. The Alliance is committed to inclusion and responsiveness to the needs of diverse populations in New York City.

New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault

63 Colvin Avenue
Albany, NY 12206
Phone: (518) 482-4222
www.nyscasa.org
Formed in 1987 as a private, nonprofit membership organization, NYSCASA's mission is to end all forms of sexual violence and sexual exploitation by advocating an effective response to all people affected by sexual assault. NYSCASA provides technical support and assistance to the more than 75 rape crisis programs. In addition, NYSCASA works legislatively to improve public policy, as well as confronts societal denial of the impact of sexual violence through statewide outreach and education.

New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

350 New Scotland Avenue
Albany, NY 12208
Phone: (800) 818-0656 TTY-English
(800) 942-6906 English
(800) 942-6908 Spanish
(800) 980-7660 TTY-Spanish
(518) 482-4934 TTY
(518) 482-5465
www.nyscadv.org
The New York State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (Coalition) is a not-for-profit membership organization whose mission is to eradicate domestic violence and to ensure the provision of effective and appropriate services to victims of domestic violence through community outreach, education, training, technical assistance and policy development. The Coalition's principles and practices prioritize the safety and concerns of women who are abused, provide support and encouragement for the participation of women who are abused in the struggle to eradicate personal and institutional violence against them, and provide for a non-competitive atmosphere that fosters open communication, respect, and cooperation among advocates and women who are abused.

NORTH CAROLINA

North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence

115 Market Street, Suite 400
Durham, NC 27701
Phone: (888) 232-9124; (919) 956-9124
www.nccadv.org
The North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCCADV) is a community of agencies and individuals who serve battered women and their children. It is committed to building a society in which shared beliefs and institutions discourage violence against women. NCCADV was founded in 1981 with 21 participating programs and now includes over 90 member programs. Areas of support to member programs include technical assistance, training, information about public policy initiatives, and activities to increase public awareness activities.

North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault

183 Wind Chime Court, Suite 100
Raleigh, NC 27615
Phone: (888) 737-2272 (CASA); (919) 870-8881
www.nccasa.org
North Carolina provides rape crisis services in 74 counties, eleven of which are satellite offices. These local programs work to prevent and respond to sexual assaults and support victims. NCCASA is a statewide organization that provides support, technical assistance, and advocacy for the 74 local rape crisis programs. The result of this network is better communication between local and programs and agencies as well as information sharing, public education campaigns, and program development. Communities that currently do not have such programs can tap into the NCCASA network for help in starting a new rape crisis center.

NORTH DAKOTA

North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Services/Coalition Against Sexual Assault

418 East Rosser Avenue, Suite 320
Bismarck, ND 58501-4046
Phone: (888) 255-6204; (701) 255-6240
www.ndcaws.org
The mission of the North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Services/Coalition Against Sexual Assault in North Dakota (NDCAWS/CASAND) is to pursue and expose the causes of domestic violence and sexual violence, provide direct and immediate services to those who are victimized, and support those who provide such services. It works for the major social changes necessary to eliminate personal and societal violence against all people. The Council is further committed to increasing public awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault and providing viable solutions to address issues of violence.

OHIO

Ohio Domestic Violence Network

4807 Evanswood Drive, Suite 201
Columbus, OH 43229
Phone: (800) 934-9840; (614) 781-9651; (614) 781-9654 (TTY)
www.odvn.org
The Ohio Domestic Violence Network (ODVN) believes that all people have the right to a violence-free life. ODVN is a cohesive, inclusive network of individuals and organizations from across the state that advocates with and for battered persons, produces and shares information, educates about options, and advocates social change.

Ohio Coalition on Sexual Assault

933 High Street, Suite 120B
Worthington, OH 43085
Phone: (888) 336-2672; (614) 781-1902
www.ocosa.org
The Ohio Coalition on Sexual Assault (OCOSA) provides statewide education, support, and advocacy on issues of sexual assault to service providers, survivors of sexual assault and members of the general community. With an emphasis on outreach, OCOSA is committed to diverse representation in all aspects of the organization.

ACTION OHIO Coalition for Battered Women

36 West Gay Street, Suite 311 Columbus, OH 43215
Phone: (888) 622-9315; (614) 221-1255
www.actionohio.org
ACTION OHIO's mission is to promote quality programs, services, and resources to survivors of domestic violence. Its goal is to ensure equal rights and empowerment for all individuals and work toward the eradication of family violence in society.

OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

3815 N. Santa Fe Avenue, Suite 124
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Phone: (800) 522-7233; (405) 524-0700
www.ocadvsa.org
The Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is committed to helping people acquire the information and survival skills necessary to take control over their lives and the decisions affecting their lives; and will not encourage anyone to remain or return to violence or dangerous situations. The Coalition opposes the use of violence and sexual assault and support equality in relationships and the concept of helping all people to assume power over their own lives.

OREGON

Attorney General�s Sexual Assault Task Force

93 Van Buren Street
Eugene, OR 97402
Phone: (541) 284-8275
www.oregonsatf.org
The mission of the Task Force is to develop and support an effective, consistent, and collaborative approach to the response to and reduction of adult and adolescent sexual assault in Oregon. For its purposes, the Task Force defines "sexual assault" of adolescents as acts of forced or coerced sexual conduct by perpetrators over 14 years of age against victims over 14 years of age.

Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

380 Spokane St., Suite 100
Portland, OR 97202
Phone: (888) 235-5333; (503) 230-1951
www.ocadsv.com
The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence is a feminist organization made up of programs across the state serving victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The Coalition's mission is to raise awareness about or regarding violence against all women and children and to work towards non-violence through leadership in advocacy, public policy, resource development, and social change.

PENNSYLVANIA

Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence

6400 Flank Drive, Suite 1300
Harrisburg, PA 17112
Phone: (800) 392-4632 (PA only); (800) 537-2238 (National); (800) 553-2508 (TTY); (800) 903-0111 ext. 2 (Legal Office National); (888) 235-3425 (Legal Office PA); (717) 545-6400
www.pcadv.org
A private, nonprofit membership organization, PCADV is dedicated to ending domestic violence and helping battered women and their children re-establish physical, social, and economic dignity. PCADV ensures the availability of effective and appropriate services to victims through training, program development, and monitoring of programs for compliance with federal and state requirements as well as the Coalition's comprehensive program standards.

Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape

125 North Enola Drive
Enola, PA 17025
Phone: (800) 692-7445; (877) 585-1091 (TTY); (888) 772-7227 (information and referral); (717) 728-9740
www.pcar.org
The mission of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape is to work to eliminate all forms of sexual violence and to advocate for the rights and needs of victims of sexual assault.

RHODE ISLAND

Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence

422 Post Road
Warwick, RI 02888-1524
Phone: (800) 494-8100 (RI only); (401) 467-9940
www.ricadv.org
The Coalition fosters communication, resource sharing, networking and collaboration raise awareness, responds to community needs, and educates the public about domestic violence. It also advocates locally and nationally to impact social and systemic change on the issue of domestic violence. The Coalition also partners with survivors to strengthen the voices of abused women and accesses resources to maximize community impact.

Rhode Island Sexual Assault Coalition

300 Richmond Street, Suite 205
Providence, RI 02903-4244
Phone: (800) 494-8100 (24 hour hotline); (401) 421-4100
www.satrc.org
Sexual Assault & Trauma Resource Center of Rhode Island has designed their site to serve as a resource for victims of sexual assault and their families, as well as for those who are seeking information about issues relating to sexual assault, child sexual abuse, domestic violence, and other violent crimes.

SOUTH CAROLINA

South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

PO Box 7776
Columbia, SC 29202-7776
Phone: (800) 260-9293; (803) 256-2900
www.sccadvasa.org
The South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault supports Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault member programs, provides education & advocates for social reform to eradicate interpersonal violence in South Carolina.

SOUTH DAKOTA

South Dakota Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

PO Box 141
Pierre, SD 57501
Phone: (800) 430-SAFE; (800) 572-9196 (Information & Referral); (888) 728-3275 (Information & Referral); (605) 945-0869
www.southdakotacoalition.org
The South Dakota Coalition Against Domestic violence and Sexual Assault (SDCADVSA) is dedicated to the empowerment of battered women and their children and therefore is committed to the elimination of personal and societal violence in the lives of women and their children.

South Dakota Network Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault

300 N. Dakota Avenue #112
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Phone: (800) 670-3989
www.sdnafvsa.com
The mission of the South Dakota Network Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault is to provide nonjudgmental support, education, and advocacy to individual groups, and the general public in the prevention and elimination of domestic violence and sexual assault.

TENNESSEE

Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

P.O. Box 120972
Nashville, TN 37212-0972
Phone: (800) 289-9018; (615) 386-9406
www.tcadsv.org
The mission of the Coalition is to end domestic and sexual violence in the lives of Tennesseans and to change societal attitudes and institutions that promote and condone violence, through public policy advocacy, education and activities that increase the capacity of programs and communities to address such violence.

TEXAS

Texas Council on Family Violence

P.O. Box 161810
Austin, TX 78716
Phone: (512) 794-1133
www.tcfv.org
The Texas Council on Family Violence works to end violence against women through partnerships, advocacy and direct services for women, children and men.

Texas Association Against Sexual Assault

7701 N. Lamar Blvd., Suite 104
Austin, TX 78752
Phone: (512) 474-7190
www.taasa.org
The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault is committed to ending sexual violence in Texas through education, prevention, and advocacy. It is also focused on supporting survivors on their paths to hope, healing and justice.

UTAH

Utah Domestic Violence Council

205 North 400 West
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Phone: (801) 521-5544
www.udvc.org
The mission of the Utah Domestic Violence Council is to lead a collaborative, statewide, effort to eliminate domestic violence.

Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault

284 West 400 North
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Phone: (801) 746-0404
www.ucasa.org/home.html
The Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault (UCASA) advocates for programs that support people affected by sexual violence. The Coalition challenges the origin, representation, and practice of sexual violence, and seeks to advance a society in which sexual violence is not tolerated.

VERMONT

Vermont Network Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

P.O. Box 405
Montpelier, VT 05601
Phone: (800) 228-7395 (domestic violence); (800) 789-7273 (sexual violence); (802) 223-1115 (TTY); (802) 223-1302
www.vtnetwork.org
The Vermont Network Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is a feminist organization committed to eradicating domestic and sexual violence through advocacy, empowerment and social change.

VIRGINIA

Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance

1010 N. Thompson Street, Suite 202
Richmond, VA 23230
Phone: (804) 377-0335
www.vsdvalliance.org
The Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance is a diverse group of individuals and organizations that believe that ALL people have the right to a life free of violence. The organization recognizes that sexual and domestic violence are linked to other forms of oppression, which disproportionately affect women, children, and other marginalized people, harming individuals, families and societies as a whole.

WASHINGTON

Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs

2415 Pacific Avenue SE, Suite 10-C
Olympia, WA 98501
Phone: (360) 709-0305 (TTY); (360) 754-7583b www.wcsap.org
The Mission of the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs is to unite agencies engaged in the elimination of sexual violence through education, advocacy, victim services and social change. WCSAP supports the rights of people to have access to quality information, advocacy, crisis intervention, treatment, education and prevention services.

Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence

1402 - 3rd Ave, Suite 406
Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: (206) 389-2515; (206) 389-2900 (TTY); (360) 586-1022; (360) 586-1029 (TTY)
www.wscadv.org
The Coalition is a non-profit, statewide network of 64 member programs that serve victims of domestic violence in rural, urban and Indian Country communities of Washington, plus 119 individual and organizational associates. It works toward practical change as well as a vision for social justice by: advocating for public policies to promote safety and justice for battered women and their children, providing specialized training, consultation and publications to support best practices among domestic violence programs, conducting research to promote local-level change, educating the public through various initiatives and products, and supporting constituent groups.

WEST VIRGINIA

Foundation for Rape Information and Services, Inc. (WV FRIS)

112 Braddock Street
Fairmont, WV 26554
Phone: (800) 656-HOPE National Sexual Assault Hotline; (304) 366-9500
www.fris.org
The Foundation for Rape Information and Services (FRIS) is a network of 9 sexual assault service providers throughout the state of West Virginia. In addition to coordinating the funding and statewide awareness campaigns for the 9 rape crisis centers, FRIS also facilitates a variety of projects.

West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

4710 Chimney Drive, Suite A
Charleston, WV 25302
Phone: (304)965-3552
www.wvcadv.org
The West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence is committed to the elimination of personal and institutional violence against women, children, and men. By developing a strong network of shared resources and support, WVCADV provides safe space and quality service for victims of domestic violence. The Coalition also works for systemic change to assure families' options for building lives free from violence.

WISCONSIN

Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence

307 S. Paterson Street, Suite 1
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608)255-0539
www.wcadv.org
The Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WCADV), is a statewide, non-profit, membership organization of battered women, formerly battered women, domestic abuse programs, and individuals committed to ending domestic violence.

Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault

600 Williamson Street, Suite N-2
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 257-1516
www.wcasa.org
The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA) promotes the social change needed to end sexual violence in Wisconsin. Its mission is to support a statewide network of concerned individuals and organizations as it works toward this goal. WCASA was formed as a statewide coalition in 1985 and currently has over 170 individual, affiliate and sexual assault service provider members.

WYOMING

Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

P.O. Box 236
Laramie, WY 82073
Phone: (800) 990-3877 (for victims); (307)755-5481
www.users.qwest.net/~wyomingcoalition
The Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (WCADVSA) supports its members so that they can accomplish more together than alone to provide advocacy and safety for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in their communities. Through a unified voice, WCADVSA is committed to social change, education, and systems advocacy for a non-violent society, respect for individuals having control of their own lives and the rights of victims and their children.