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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Save the Date for the 2014 MCADSV's Annual Conference
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MCADSV reacts to Maryville case
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DELTA PREP Initiative Results Published
From 2007 to 2012, the DELTA PREP project worked to prepare 19 state d... Read More
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Our Story

Since its beginning, in 1980, the Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (MCADSV) has worked to ensure advocates and allied professionals have the information and resources they need to support survivors in Missouri. MCADSV's members rely on the Coalition to provide them with the resources, training and expertise to further social justice in their own communities. The Coalition provides a unified voice at the state and national level to improve public policy, systems, and responses to violence against women.

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