Join us on Saturday, June 3 at 8 am on the west plaza of the Indianapolis City Market for the 14th annual Race Away from Domestic Violence. It will be a fun morning of walking for a good cause, raising funds for ICADV. Bring your family, friends and coworkers! Click here for details and to register.
ICADV’s 35th Annual Conference will be October 10 – 11, 2017 at the Indianapolis Marriott East Hotel and Conference Center. Please watch the training page of the website for further announcements as plans are finalized.
When you need to assess your community’s needs, we have the tools to help. ICADV has developed the Community Needs Assessment Toolbox. It will help you learn more about what an assessment is, provide an easy 5-step process for doing one plus resources that can give you a broad overview of everything you need to know about completing your own community needs assessment. Click here for the toolbox … it’s free!
Each legislative session, the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence identifies key issues or proposed bills that might have an impact, direct or indirect, on survivors, perpetrators, or our service provider programs. ICADV has prioritized three levels of advocacy; leadership, collaborative involvement, and monitoring. Leadership issues are those proposals around which ICADV will draft legislation, find sponsors, and/ or fully participate in developing and implementing legislative and/ or administrative strategy. Collaborative involvement allows ICADV to testify and write testimony when requested. Proposals warranting monitoring are those, after all bills are filed, ICADV evaluates as intentionally or unintentionally negatively impacting survivors or ICADV programs and therefore requiring ICADV to actively work to prevent from passing. In the 2017 Legislative Session, ICADV has identified a number of proposals that fall into each category. Click here to see the 2017 legislative agenda.