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MCADSV provides education and training to a broad range of audiences. We create substantial opportunities for individuals to meaningfully contribute to preventing and addressing domestic and sexual violence in Missouri.

MCADSV educates service providers how to provide quality, trauma-informed domestic violence and sexual assault services.

MCADSV provides domestic and sexual violence education in Missouri through statewide, regional, online and on-site training. Our staff members are nationally recognized for their expertise in domestic and sexual violence issues.

Service providers, community organizations, and state agencies rely on MCADSV’s trainings and educational resources to understand domestic and sexual violence issues. Evaluations and surveys continue to affirm that MCADSV trainings increase the skill level and preparedness of advocates who provide services to victims of domestic and sexual violence.

MCADSV acknowledges the different values and perceptions that exist in our state.  MCADSV provides service providers with a variety of educational opportunities and information to improve and expand domestic and violence services that best reflect the experiences of the diverse populations across the state.  This includes a toll-free helpline for Missouri service providers.

Each year, we distribute more than 20,000 publications and training tools to MCADSV member organizations, allied service providers, community partners, and supporters. Every work day, MCADSV provides a toll-free helpline to support advocates in member programs with information and problem-solving to help their work with domestic and sexual violence victims.