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MCADSV educates the general public about domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence and stalking; trains professionals; and advocates for public policy to prevent and alleviate violence against women.
MCADSV provides technical assistance, training and support to members and related communities of service providers.
MCADSV provides opportunities for communication among those working in the movement to end violence against women.
MCADSV researches the extent of domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence and stalking to more effectively reduce its impact and occurrence in the lives of Missouri's women.
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Mar
30
Special screening event for ‘The Hunting Ground’
As a fitting start to April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, MCADSV ... Read More
Mar
23
Share your stories of trailblazing women for Women's History Month
During the illness and subsequent death of her husband, William Penn, ... Read More
Mar
16
Senate hearing to discuss unpaid leave for domestic violence victims
The Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence and others... Read More
Mar
11
First Regional Meetings of 2015 feature KCAVP
The first round of Regional Meetings in 2015 is coming to an end, and ... Read More
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