Changing the culture that leads to domestic violence.

If you need a quick exit, here is an escape button for you to use.



The Domestic Violence Network (DVN) leads our community in cultural change toward ending domestic violence, once and for all. To change that culture, we try to work with individuals in a variety of demographic areas, because it takes an entire network to change societal culture. DVN understands that domestic violence is an intersectional issue and that anyone can experience domestic violence. Therefore, our work expands into factors that lead to domestic violence as well as addressing protective factors and elements of healthy relationships. We work with the public to deliver resources, facilitate trainings for youth and adult audiences in various sectors, and engage with influencers.

We work through these four main program areas:

Our work is focused on education with the idea that informing our community on issues related directly and indirectly to domestic and other types of violence will change the culture that leads to that violence. DVN does not provide direct service to victims/survivors, but these organizations do. Our work is heavily based on prevention so our direct service providers can focus on serving those impacted by this human issue.