Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center

Cleveland, OH 44101, Usa
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Our missionThe Mission of Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is to empower individuals, educate the community and advocate for justice to end domestic violence and child abuse.
COVID-19 Impact
COVID-19 stay-at-home orders may put domestic violence and child abuse victims at risk

COVID-19 stay-at-home orders may put domestic violence and child abuse victims at risk

Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center

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Meals That Heal

The Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center is looking for individuals/groups to donate a meal for our emergency shelter site. Dinner to be provided for 50 individuals (approximately 25 women and 25 children). Please let us know at least 2 weeks in advance of the date you would prefer to come. Please coordinate with us… See full description
  • One-time
  • In-person, Delivery

Helpline Volunteer

Responsible for responding to callers in need of crisis intervention, support, safety planning, program intakes, referrals, and community resources on the 24-Hour Domestic Violence & Family Helpline. See full description
  • One-time
  • Weekdays, Weekends
  • Individuals
  • In-person, Hotline Staff, Phone Calling
How you helpDVCAC reaches over 37,000 men, women and children each year in the Cleveland area. We could not do it without support from the community. Help us help others.
About usDomestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center (DVCAC) -the result of a merger between the Domestic Violence Center and Bellflower Center for Prevention of Child Abuse- has 40 years of history leading the community in responding to victims of domestic violence and child abuse and working to break the cycle of abuse via prevention, intervention, and community education. Our model is grounded in self-determination, and operates with a strength-based and empowerment philosophy while incorporating best practices and evidenced-based strategies. As best-practices have emerged in the field, DVCAC has moved toward a model of a comprehensive approach of providing leadership to create responsive systems, offering an array of services and programs, and addressing the need for primary prevention.
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