MNADV’s Statewide Training & TA Needs Assessment
August 29, 2016
Conducted with domestic violence service providers, these results guide MNADV’s annual training plan and future projects. Both leadership and frontline workers provide input.
MNADV Signs on to National Statement Supporting Full and Equal Access for the Trans Community
April 27, 2016
The nation’s leading anti-sexual assault and domestic violence organizations are among the 250 groups issuing the statement. The statement was initiated by the National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence Against Women.
National Domestic Violence Hotline Releases NEW National and State Data
April 25, 2016
The 24/7 National Domestic Violence Hotline is available to answer questions, provide crisis intervention and safety planning information, and directly connect callers to domestic violence resources available in their local calling area.
MNADV Service Animal Initiative
March 24, 2016
MNADV’s Service Animal Accommodation Information for Domestic Violence Service Providers document is now available.
LAP in the News
March 23, 2016
The Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence’s (MNADV) Lethality Assessment Program-Maryland Model (LAP) was featured on ABC2 News, WMAR-TV in an In Focus segment. Alicia Bickoff, Program Manager at MNADV provided an overview of the LAP, it’s purpose, and research behind it. The LAP is a three-pronged protocol where a first responder, such as a police officer… Continue Reading LAP in the News
10th Annual National Census of DV Services Highlights Successes and Unmet Needs
March 3, 2016
10th Annual National Census of Domestic Violence Services 2015 Maryland Report Highlights Successes and Unmet Needs The 10th annual National Census of Domestic Violence Services conducted by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) on September 16, 2015 was released on February 25, 2016. Twenty-two Maryland local domestic violence programs participated in the 24 hour… Continue Reading 10th Annual National Census of DV Services Highlights Successes and Unmet Needs