MNADV is please to announce that our “It Shouldn’t Hurt to Go Home” survivor booklets (also known as our “Purple Books”) are now available in six languages!
We’re hiring! Want to work for an amazing organization working to end domestic violence in Maryland and across the country? Then this might be the PERFECT opportunity for you!
The MNADV will honor the work of six outstanding community leaders, recognize the contributions of three domestic violence program honorees, and present the annual Lethality Assessment Program Law Enforcement Award.
Ending DACA would be devastating to domestic violence survivors, as the program is critical to helping DACA-eligible survivors feel safe, seek help, or report crimes without fear of being separated from their families and communities.
Information about the event, how to get tickets, and how to support the event as a sponsor!
Studies show that mass killers and those who commit acts of terrorism are often terrorists in their own homes and relationships long before unleashing their terror on the outside world.