National Network to End Domestic Violence

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NNEDV is a membership organization representing the 56 state and U.S. territorial coalitions against domestic violence, who in turn represent almost 2,000 local domestic violence programs. We offer a range of programs and initiatives to address the complex causes and far-reaching consequences of domestic violence, provide critical thought leadership on the intersecting needs of survivors, and work in partnership with our member coalitions, other survivor-serving organizations, government agencies, and corporate and foundation partners to make meaningful and lasting change. Through our signature projects, NNEDV provides training, education, support, and advocacy at the intersection of domestic violence and several areas of need for survivors, including economic justice, safe housing, technology safety, and HIV/AIDS.

Through our Positively Safe Project, we address the intersection of domestic violence and HIV/AIDS by developing and providing toolkits, training, and technical assistance to national, state, and local organizations working to address the unique challenges and barriers faced by domestic violence survivors living with, and at risk for, HIV/AIDS. Learn more here.


NNEDV convenes a number of national events and conferences throughout the year, including our Economic Justice Summit and Domestic Violence Counts Congressional Briefing each spring, and our Technology Summit each summer.

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