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  • NNEDV Coalition Regions

    Our strength is our network of the 56 state and territorial coalitions against domestic violence, who provide critical leadership in coordinating efforts to end violence against women. This network of coalitions is vital to NNEDV's work to address systematic barriers facing victims and to strengthen domestic violence services.

    NNEDV’s full list of U.S. State & Territorial Coalitions provides direct links to individual coalition websites. New England Connecticut Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont Mid-Atlantic Delaware District of Columbia Maryland New Jersey New York Pennsylvania West Virginia Gulf States Alabama Florida Louisiana Mississippi Puerto Rico Texas Virgin Islands Southern States Arkansas Georgia Kentucky North Carolina […]

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  • State & U.S. Territory Coalitions

    Our strength is our network of the 56 state and territorial coalitions against domestic violence, who provide critical leadership in coordinating efforts to end violence against women. This network of coalitions is vital to NNEDV's work to address systematic barriers facing victims and to strengthen domestic violence services.

    NNEDV represents the 56 state and U.S. territory 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. If […]

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