Twenty-two Maryland local domestic violence programs participated in the 24-hour survey, which documented the life-saving services offered by these programs as well as a significant number of unmet requests for help.
MNADV, along with hundreds of organizations and individuals, has signed on to a letter by NNEDV rejecting the American Healthcare Act (AHCA).
Each year, MNADV requests feedback on the top training and technical assistance needs of our comprehensive domestic violence services providers.
We are very pleased with the outcome of this year’s Maryland General Assembly Session. We are proud of the collaborative work we do with members, advocates, partners, allies, and legislators to ensure these outcomes. We are particularly appreciative of the advocates who worked on the bills and testified at hearings.
This week, the National Domestic Violence Hotline and LoveIsRespect released their 2016 State Reports, showing the number of calls, texts, and chats they received about domestic violence.
The Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence is seeking a Digital Media Intern to assist with online marketing and communications campaigns to promote the work of the Network for the summer of 2017.