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State budget advances with increased federal funding for victims services
In positive news for MCADSV members programs and the victims they serv...
Staff to be certified in Mental Health First Aid
This week, two MCADSV staff members are attending a week-long course t...
Special screening event for ‘The Hunting Ground’
As a fitting start to April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, MCADSV ...
Share your stories of trailblazing women for Women's History Month
During the illness and subsequent death of her husband, William Penn, ...
Senate hearing to discuss unpaid leave for domestic violence victims
The Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence and others...
First Regional Meetings of 2015 feature KCAVP
The first round of Regional Meetings in 2015 is coming to an end, and ...
NO MORE Week begins Sunday
This Sunday, March 8, begins NO MORE Week, a time to join others ...
MCADSV directors to join in Leadership Roundtable on Friday
Every year, executive directors of MCADSV member programs meet for tra...
Breaking News: Governor releases funding for rape crisis services
MCADSV has exciting news to share regarding state funding for sexual a...
Capitol Advocacy Days begin this week
This February, MCADSV is excited to launch our annual Capitol Advocacy...
MCADSV supports proposed expansion of Safe of Home program
Yesterday, Missouri took two steps forward in the work to protect vict...
Help teach youth about dating violence in February
This February, take part in Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month by en...
2015 Directors’ Academy begins this week
The fifth year of Directors’ Academy begins Thursday in the MCAD...
Missouri joins in recognizing Human Trafficking Awareness Month
A Concurrent Resolution in the Missouri Senate would recognize January...
MCADSV programs, affiliates have until Feb. 1 to renew memberships
MCADSV organizational and affiliate members have just under three week...
MCADSV focuses on key issues for 2015 legislative session
Opening with largely ceremonial activities this week, the 2015 session...
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