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To make a change in our community as it relates to domestic violence (DV), we call on our community to join us to become more informed and to be involved where possible in making societal changes to prevent this violence. Domestic violence is a deeply intersectional issue, and to address domestic violence we must consider the things that exacerbate DV which is why Domestic Violence Network is committed to programming that addresses some of these intersectional issues. To change the culture that leads to domestic violence we need an entire network committed to making improvements as it pertains to multiple forms of violence in every facet of society, from service organizations, to law enforcement, to government, educators, workplaces, faith communities, and individual community members.

Ways to be Involved with DVN: 

Learn from us — Request a Training

Learn with us — Join our Book Club

Connect with us — Follow us on Facebook or Instagram

Network with us — Join our Advocates Network

Spread the word — Request printed resources for your organization or place of business

Support us — Become a donor to support the work we are doing in the community

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proud to empower students February is such a short, but meaningful month – it’s Black History Month and it’s also Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM). As a Black woman, it made my heart so full to kick off the first week of February at Crispus Attucks High School with my Youth Network. Crispus Attucks […]


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Events

February Book Club Meeting

February 29, 2024
11:00 am - 1:00 pm

SIGN UP FOR BOOK CLUB HERE. DVN's next book club is here, and we'll be reading "The Black Woman's Guide to Overcoming Domestic Violence" by Shavonne J. Moore-Lobban & Robyn L. Gobin! We'll sit down over coffee & snacks for...

March Intersectional DV Workshop: Women’s History & Disability

Edna Martin Christian Center
2605 E 25th St.
Indianapolis IN 46218

March 21, 2024
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Join Domestic Violence Network (DVN) & Indiana Disability Justice (IDJ) for a free Intersectional DV Workshop on Women’s History & Disability! If you are a BIPOC identifying woman or non-binary folk, then this session is for you! We'll be meeting...

Advocates Network - March 2024

March 12, 2024
9:00 am - 11:00 am

Training Topic: Restorative Justice (RJ) Facilitator: DVN Location:  Edna Martin Christian Center Agency Spotlight: Edna Martin Christian Center See you there! ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT ADVOCATES NETWORK? Contact our Training Team!  Ash Rathwell (they/them), arathwell@dvnconnect.org Olivia Cosgray (she/her), ocosgray@dvnconnect.org LEARN MORE...