Call For Workshops:

You are invited to be a part of the 35th Annual Conference by sharing your expertise and presenting a workshop at the statewide conference. MCADSV is looking for original, interactive presentations that address domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence and/or stalking. Workshops also may incorporate other topics, such as cultural considerations, reaching underserved populations, forming community partnerships and leadership.
Submit your proposal online here. The form asks for the following information: workshop title, workshop description, workshop agenda, workshop format, times you are unable to present, length of presentation (75 minutes or 2.5 hours), required equipment, and presenter details to include contact information and a brief biography.
MCADSV can compensate one presenter per workshop with complementary conference registration (a $350 value for members and $600 value for non-members) and one night of hotel expenses (up to the value of a standard room at the Holiday Inn Select Executive Center in Columbia, Mo.). All other expenses, and those of additional presenters, must be covered by the individual or organization. MCADSV is unable to make any substitutions for compensation.


MCADSV educates professionals how to provide quality, compassionate services to victims of domestic and sexual violence.

MCADSV is Missouri’s sole provider of domestic and sexual violence education through statewide, regional, online and on-site trainings.

Domestic and sexual violence service providers, operating with limited budgets, rely heavily on MCADSV’s no-cost trainings to improve and expand services for victims.

Evaluations and surveys of advocates continue to affirm that MCADSV trainings increase the skill level and preparedness of advocates providing services to victims of domestic and sexual violence.

MCADSV Training Pass form
2015 MCADSV Regional Meeting Dates

What We Do
Support MCADSV
There is always a computer trail, but you can leave this site quickly. If you are in danger, please use a safer computer, or call 911, a local hotline, or the U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224. Learn more technology safety tips.