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As Latinx Heritage month comes to a close, we honor Latinx survivors and advocates who are a part of Missouri’s movement to end rape and abuse. Como el mes de herencia Latinx, honramos a los sobrevivientes y asesores Latinxs/Hispanos por ser parte de la movida de Missouri para poner fin a la ... Read More
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The month of October is nationally recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We devote the month of October to raising awareness and support for survivors, and the advocates who provide life-changing, life-saving services in their communities. We also want to raise awareness about domestic vi... Read More
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Legislation passed in the 2019 general legislative session and signed by Gov. Parson took effect and became new Missouri law on August 28 (unless otherwise noted). MCADSV’s public policy team oversaw priority legislation successfully pass, and kept harmful legislation from moving forward. Hou... Read More
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The Missouri Times reported that Missouri was awarded nearly $700,000 in federal disaster relief funding. These funds are supporting free, confidential “Show Me Hope” counseling and mental health services in declared disaster area counties. In addition to face-to-face counseling, there a... Read More
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Convened by MCADSV, MO-SART is a statewide team representing an interconnected network of providers and stakeholders collaborating on a statewide project to develop a comprehensive system of responses and ongoing care for sexual assault survivors in every Missouri community. The SAFE Kit Initiative... Read More
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The Missouri General Assembly adjourned its 2019 legislative session on May 17 after a last week of Senate filibusters prevented final votes on several bills of interest to MCADSV. Legislators passed a total of 101 bills, including two MCADSV priority bills that passed during the final days of the s... Read More
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The MCADSV offices are open with normal staffing and hours. All previously scheduled events will still occur. The MCADSV building was unaffected by the tornado that struck Jefferson City on 5/22/19. Our offices are located just down the street, and in-between, the areas shown on news coverage of t... Read More
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Laws from the 2018 legislative session, along with ballot measures from the November election, took effect on January 1, 2019: The Department of Public Safety (DPS) has released a poster aimed at combating human trafficking in Missouri. Legislation requiring DPS to deliver the human traffick... Read More
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Missouri’s ranking as 7th in the nation in the number of women murdered by men was part of a public policy presentation by MCADSV’s CEO, Colleen Coble, to more than 100 health care providers and advocates for women’s health who attended the 16th annual Missouri Health Policy Summit... Read More
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The most extensive revisions and updates in decades were made to Missouri law on the Crime Victims’ Compensation (CVC) program in the Department of Public Safety (DPS). The changes expand who can receive compensation, update the processes by which the compensation program operates, and remove ... Read More
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