COVID-19 update:

CVAN Services:

Services still up and running: 24-Hour Hotline; Shelter Services; Court Program and Counseling through the Hotline.
Services by appointment: Outreach Center - go to Outreach Center page for details.
Services temporarily suspended: Support Groups; Jail Program; Teen Program.

CVAN Thrift Store:

The Store is re-opened for Donations and Shoppers: Tuesday – Saturday (we are not currently open Monday) Go to: Thrift Store page for new guidelines.

CVAN Events:

Updates on our August Women 4 Women Luncheon and our October Domestic Violence Awareness BBQ are on our Events Page

Thank you.

Safety Planning

Signs to look for in your partner:

If your partner shows any of these signs, you may be in an abusive relationship. If so, you are not alone.

Safety Planning Tips:

If you have left the relationship:

Some of the above adapted from: You Can Be Free, Ginny NiCarthy and Sue Davidson.

Safety planning around technology issues

How to help someone you know who is abused:

If you know someone who is – or might be – battered, your support is important.

So, the question is, how do I support her? What do you do if you think someone you know is abused?

There are many things that you can do to help someone in this difficult, emotional and potentially dangerous situation.

Some of the above adapted from: Family and Friends' Guide to Domestic Violence, Elaine Weiss, Ed.D.

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