Our Work

WCADV provides Wisconsin domestic violence member programs and their communities with training, technical assistance, support and resources to assist them in serving all victims of violence and their communities.  We work for social change that will prevent domestic violence and support violence free communities.

We provide a forum for  member programs to network with each other and with other agencies whose work intersects with survivors of domestic violence. You can find a listing of the more than 80 domestic violence programs in the state in our Get Help directory.

Many of our staff specialize in one or more areas. To find out more about our work, please select a topic:

Access to Services

National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NCALL)
Aging & Disabilities Outreach to Underserved Communities
Children and Youth Prevention
Coordinated Community Response Public Policy
Economic Justice Rural & Tribal
Health Care Technology Safety
Homicide Prevention & Reporting

Teen Dating Violence

LGBTQ Training
Legal

Wisconsin Batterers Treatment Providers Association

Selected Resources

To find more resources go here.