National Network to End Domestic Violence Official Website

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NNEDV works to address and respond to needs identified by victims by providing tools that strengthen advocacy and help change the way society responds to domestic violence. This section provides online access to some of NNEDV's many publications, and provides links to other valuable resources.

  • About Domestic Violence
    Learn about signs and types of abuse, get help, read answers to frequently asked questions, statistics on sexual and domestic violence, and, how the economy impacts domestic violence.
  • Census:  the U.S. National Census of Domestic Violence Services
    Conducted by NNEDV since 2006, this Census is designed to protect the safety and confidentiality of victims. Annual reports highlight findings from an unduplicated count of adults and children seeking services from domestic violence shelter programs in the United States during a single 24-hour survey period.
  • Economic Justice
    This provides links to consumer and educational resources. See also, NNEDV's Financial Tips for Victims and Survivors.
  • Employment Opportunities
    This includes descriptions of NNEDV jobs as well as employment listings for other domestic violence organizations across the U.S.
  • Find Your State or Territory Domestic Violence Coalition
    NNEDV represents the 56 U.S. state and territorial coalitions against domestic violence. Domestic violence coalitions serve as state-wide and territory-wide leaders in the efforts to end domestic violence. These organizations connect local domestic violence service providers and are valuable resources for information about services, programs, legislation and policies that support survivors of domestic violence.
  • National Organizations & Projects
    NNEDV works closely with an array of U.S. national organizations and projects that provide a wealth of resources and assistance regarding domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking.
  • Technology Safety
    NNEDV's Safety Net Project creates many resources for victims & the agencies that serve them. Check out safety plans, check lists, tips sheets, articles and papers addressing ways that different technologies impact victims of domestic and dating violence, sexual violence and stalking. Topics include data security, spyware, tech savvy teens, online service provision, confidentiality and privacy issues, and more. Several pieces are available in multiple languages (English, Spanish, French, Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese, Somali, Russian). See also, NNEDV's webpage on Internet & Computer Safety.
  • Voter Privacy Information
    Learn more about U.S. state and territorial address confidentiality and voter confidentiality programs.
  • Board of Directors E-Learning Module

    NNEDV's Coalition Capacity Project, in partnership with the Resource Sharing Project (RSP), created this interactive e-Learning course, to help bolster your work either on or with a non-profit board of directors. This online board orientation program works to provide fundamental training tools for coalitions and local programs to implement with board members, executive directors, and agency staff. This program was designed to be self-guided and highly accessible. The modules can be accessed individually and out of sequence, so as to allow users to modify and tailor the presentation to fit coherently and cleanly to your own specific organization and needs. 

Please check out the NNEDV Calendar to learn about upcoming NNEDV trainings, conferences, teleconferences, and webinars.