Urge the House to vote “YES” on the FVPSA Improvement bill (H.R. 2119) – CLOSED
The Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) is at the heart of our nation’s response to domestic violence services.
The bipartisan Family Violence Prevention and Services Improvement Act (FVPSA Improvement), H.R. 2119, would bolster existing FVPSA programs and increase authorized funding, while expanding access to tribes, tribal coalitions working to end domestic violence, culturally specific programs, and other underserved communities.
Please join us in urging every Representative to vote “YES” to the FVPSA Improvement bill (H.R. 2119).
More than 1,500 local, public, private, nonprofit, and faith-based domestic violence programs rely on FVPSA-funding to keep their doors open to more than 1.3 million victims seeking safety each year. Congress must continue to ensure that when survivors take the courageous step to reach out for support, funding for lifesaving services and resources are there to support them and their children.
Thank you for addressing the needs of survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence, and stalking.