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The Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence is the state domestic violence coalition that brings together victim service providers, allied professionals, and concerned individuals for the common purpose of reducing intimate partner violence and its harmful effects on our citizens.
Awareness and Education Training
The MNADV promotes awareness and prevention of domestic violence by:
- Maintaining an informational website
- Disseminating e-newsletters
- Participating on social media platforms
- Disseminating brochures for the public
- Offering domestic violence programs access to a language-interpretation service for survivors who speak languages other than English
- Tracking the loss of life caused by domestic violence through a statewide fatality database
- Holding an Annual Memorial Service and Annual Meeting and Awards event
MNADV national, statewide, and local domestic violence training helps advocates, counselors, social workers, health care providers, law enforcement officers, and other professionals gain new knowledge and skills to improve the response and services to domestic violence survivors. You can learn more about our comprehensive training on website www.mnadv.org
The MNADV provides technical assistance and develops products to help service providers and allied professionals in Maryland and LAP implementers across the U.S. improve their response and services to domestic violence survivors.
Lethality Assessment Program (LAP)
The MNADV provides technical assistance to coordinate, expand, and sustain the (LAP) implementation in Maryland and across the country.
Public Policy and Systems Advocacy
MNADV affects systemic change by monitoring state legislation through its Legislative Committee, by educating policymakers about the potential impact of proposed laws on survivors, through involvement in state and national legislative advocacy, and through its coordination of the Statewide Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team.
CollaborationThe MNADV collaborates with dozens of local, state, and national organizations on an ongoing basis and convened committees and task forces to improve the systems response and the coordinated community response to domestic violence in Maryland.
MNADV collaborations promote coordination and partnerships to improve services to domestic violence survivors, enhance resource sharing, and promote legislation and policies that increase victim safety and abuser accountability.
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