MNADV Says NO MORE to Domestic Violence
October 1, 2013
October marks the month of the year designated for Domestic Violence Awareness. Utilizing the “new unifying symbol designed to galvanize greater awareness and action to end domestic violence and sexual assault,” the MNADV proudly joins the National Network to End Domestic Violence’s NO MORE campaign in encouraging our community members, victim service providers, allied professionals,… Continue Reading MNADV Says NO MORE to Domestic Violence
NNEDV Releases New Guide to Privacy and Safety on Facebook
August 7, 2013
Privacy and Safety on Facebook: A Guide for Survivors of Abuse The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) has paired with the social networking site Facebook to create a guide for survivors of abuse to maintain safety and control over their personal information when utilizing social media. The comprehensive guide was released on Tuesday,… Continue Reading NNEDV Releases New Guide to Privacy and Safety on Facebook
MNADV Receives Unprecedented Funding to Prevent Domestic Violence Homicides Throughout the U.S.
March 19, 2013
MNADV and Partners Awarded Federal Funding to Implement and Evaluate Innovative Homicide Prevention Models The Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence (MNADV), in partnership with the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center (JGCC) of Massachusetts, and Dr. Jacquelyn Campbell of The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing has received a Domestic Violence Homicide Prevention Demonstration Initiative (DVHP Initiative)… Continue Reading MNADV Receives Unprecedented Funding to Prevent Domestic Violence Homicides Throughout the U.S.
Driving Change Conference | April 10-11th, 2013
January 10, 2013
Driving Change, a national conference in Boston, MA about the Domestic Violence High Risk Team Model and the Lethality Assesment Program hosted by the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center and co-sponsored by MNADV. Registration now open!
All 30 law enforcement agencies in PG County adopt the use of the LAP
December 3, 2012
On October 23, 2012, a press conference was held with Lt. Governor Anthony Brown to announce that all 30 local law enforcement agencies in Prince George’s County will adopt use of the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence’s nationally recognized Lethality Assessment Program (LAP) in an effort to protect and assist victims of domestic violence.… Continue Reading All 30 law enforcement agencies in PG County adopt the use of the LAP
GBMC: Maryland’s Seventh Hospital-based Domestic Violence Program
The Lt. Governor Anthony Brown announced on November 16, 2012 Greater Baltimore Medical Center as Maryland’s seventh hospital-based domestic violence program.