Community Awareness

One of the Center Against Domestic Violence’s primary missions is to eliminate domestic violence in our communities.

Relationship abuse and domestic violence affect all of us. Let your voice be heard in your community.

Community Workshops

The Center Against Domestic Violence reaches out to people at their workplaces, houses of worship, community-based health centers, libraries, and schools to raise awareness about domestic violence and services that can prevent abuse and assist victims.

If you are in New York City, click here to schedule a workshop in your community.

Awareness-Raising Events

Stand with the Center Against Domestic Violence at awareness-raising events like the New York Junior League Mothers Day Race to Erase Domestic Violence and the Brides March.

Learn more about topics related to domestic violence by attending a lecture or panel discussion in our Harvard Club Breakfast Series, featuring experts like Leslie Morgan Steiner and Barrie Levy.

Click here to learn more about upcoming Center Against Domestic Violence events.

Volunteer

Volunteers can help by spreading the word in their communities. The Center is developing training programs to educate volunteers about a number of topics, including:

  • Introduction to the Center Against Domestic Violence and the Basics of Relationship Abuse
  • Talking about Domestic Violence
  • Teen Relationships
  • The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children
  • Domestic Violence in the Workplace

If you are in New York City and want to volunteer, you can do so on our Contact Us page.

Outside New York City call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) to find your local domestic violence service organization.