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Giving survivors all of the information they need to make the best and safest option for them is key to helping create an environment that is inclusive and informative. Learn more about #DVandHIV at NNEDV.org/PositivelySafe.
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#DVcounts Census Day is TODAY! Why do you count? #WhyWeCount
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#PurpleThursday is October 20! Sign up to show your support: NNEDV.org/PurpleThursday #DVAM2016 
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"Knowing your settings – which sites revamp all the time – is easier said than done, NNEDV's Kristelyn Berry admits. But she insists it’s worth it." #TechSafety
How activists, tech companies and law enforcement are navigating this new chapter in the (long) history of violence against women
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This National Campus Safety Awareness Month, I challenge my fellow students to take a stand and intervene when they have the opportunity to safely prevent violence. #NCSAM2016
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) is a membership and advocacy organization representing the 56 U.S. state and territorial domestic violence coalitions. NNEDV is the voice of these coalitions, their more than 2,000 local domestic violence member programs, and the millions of domestic violence survivors who turn to them for services. In 2000 and 2005, NNEDV members all across the country played a crucial role in the reauthoriza...
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Should you download a 911 alternative or enhancement app? #TechSafety  
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) is a membership and advocacy organization representing the 56 U.S. state and territorial domestic violence coalitions. NNEDV is the voice of these coalitions, their more than 2,000 local domestic violence member programs, and the millions of domestic violence survivors who turn to them for services. In 2000 and 2005, NNEDV members all across the country played a crucial role in the reauthoriza...
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Native women receive 59 cents to the dollar of their White male counterparts. This means Native women are receiving 40 percent less income annually and have to work 21 months to catch up with an average White male’s annual earnings. #NativeWomenEqualPay #assets4all
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Today we celebrate a stronger #VAWA4all! #VAWA2013 included key protections for women on Tribal lands, for immigrant and LGBT victims, and for victims living on a college campus or in federally subsidized housing. The bill also provides core funding for a coordinated community response to violence. It serves as a reminder that TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER. #VAWA22
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Our 2016 #DVcounts Census Day is coming up. Local programs – are you ready? #WhyWeCount #endDV
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Abuse and violence against women is one reason why some women don't earn as much as men for the same jobs. #assets4all #endDV
Abuse and violence against women is one reason why some women don't earn as much as men for the same jobs.
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“#LaborDay is intended to celebrate the rights of all workers,” says Kim Gandy, President and CEO of NNEDV. "One of the main factors contributing to domestic violence is inequality, so part of our work to end domestic violence is making sure equality in the workplace becomes a reality.” #assets4all 
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🍴💜 Do you have your ticket for Chefs Take A Stand yet? 🍴💜 Early-bird rate good thru Labor Day! #CTAS16
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) is a membership and advocacy organization representing the 56 U.S. state and territorial domestic violence coalitions. NNEDV is the voice of these coalitions, their more than 2,000 local domestic violence member programs, and the millions of domestic violence survivors who turn to them for services. In 2000 and 2005, NNEDV members all across the country played a crucial role in the reauthoriza...
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Dedicated to creating a social, political and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists.
Introduction

Making domestic violence a national priority.

NNEDV is the leading voice for domestic violence victims and their advocates. As a membership and advocacy organization of state domestic violence coalitions, allied organizations and supportive individuals, NNEDV works closely with its members to understand the ongoing and emerging needs of domestic violence victims and advocacy programs. Then NNEDV makes sure those needs are heard and understood by policymakers at the national level.

Changing the way society responds to domestic violence.

NNEDV offers a range of programs and initiatives to address the complex causes and far-reaching consequences of domestic violence. Through cross-sector collaborations and corporate partnerships, NNEDV offers support to victims of domestic violence who are escaping abusive relationships – and empowers survivors to build new lives.

Strengthening domestic violence advocacy at every level.

NNEDV further supports the fight to end domestic violence by providing state coalitions with critical information and resources. From training and technical assistance to innovative programs and strategic funding, NNEDV brings much-needed resources to local communities. At NNEDV's national and regional meetings, members share information and ideas with NNEDV staff and with each other, working together to develop comprehensive solutions.

SAFETY ALERT: 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.

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202.543.5566
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202.543.5626
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1325 Massachusetts Ave NW 7th Floor Washington, DC 20005