Ending Domestic & Sexual Violence
CAWS North Dakota is celebrating its 40th anniversary as a coalition in 2018. We have a longstanding and well-respected history for building partnerships, providing training, developing resources and tools, and advocating for state and federal public policy.
From advocacy centers and advice, to educational materials and training, we work to provide our communities with the best information in helping victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
CAWS North Dakota 2017
victims of domestic violence received services from 19 crisis intervention centers
services to primary victims were provided by crisis center advocates
emergency protection orders were provided by domestic violence programs
victims of sexual assault were served by 19 crisis intervention centers
- Is ‘Time’s Up’ the Next Step for the #MeToo Movement?
- In The Wake Of #MeToo, More Victims Seek Help For Repressed Trauma
- Fargo Police Chief David Todd featured in NYT Opinion Video on Gun Rights and Domestic Violence
- ND SAVIN System to be Renovated
- Which domestic abusers will go on to commit murder? This one act offers a clue.
- Hoeven Introduces Bipartisan SURVIVE Act for Tribal Victim Services
- Enhancing the System’s Response to Domestic Cases in North Dakota Training
- “This is not something we can ignore.”
- Abuse Resource Network seeking Direct Services Coordinator for Ransom and Sargent Counties
- First Nations Women’s Alliance is seeking to hire an Executive Director
Be an Advocate.
Anyone can be an advocate to end domestic and sexual violence. Everyday we can choose to stand up for victims and survivors, by not blaming them, but by believing them and supporting their recovery and healing.