IOWA COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

ICADV works to eliminate barriers for individuals and communities, alongside those who have or are experiencing violence.  We recognize that in addition to physical, psychological, emotional and sexual abuse, survivors are impacted by the actions and attitudes of individuals and systems who perpetuate racism, sexism, xenophobia, and homophobia.

ICADV advocates for funding on the state and national level; supports, opposes, and proposes legislation that impacts victims of various forms of violence; and provides you with support, training, and technical assistance to help you meet the diverse needs of survivors.  

ADVOCATE
SUPPORT OPPORTUNITIES

Join ICADV staff for open office hours, Membership and Shelter meetings, Advocate Support Chats, and Spanish-Speaking Advocate Support Group.  These are regularly scheduled times to connect with ICADV & advocates around the state. Click on the calendar listing to the right at the scheduled time to connect. We hope to see you there.

RESOURCE HIGHLIGHTS

What do do when Law Enforcement is at your door

WHAT TO DO:

When Law Enforcement is at your Door

What to do when getting served with a supoena

WHAT TO DO:

Getting Served with a Subpoena

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WHAT TO DO:

Mandatory Reporting

 

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WHAT TO DO:

Child Abuse Reporting for Advocates

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IOWA PROGRAMS:

Maps & Program Information

 

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CONFIDENTIALITY