North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Report
Beth Froehling, JD
Co-Executive Director
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We are a statewide non-profit membership
organization founded in 1981.
Celebrating 30th Anniversary!
Our purpose is to strengthen the network of
people working to end domestic violence in
North Carolina.
We provide support services to local domestic
violence programs and allied professionals
across the state.
To create social change through the
elimination of the individual,
institutional, and cultural oppressions
that contribute to domestic violence.
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Advocates to improve statewide policies and
legislation to positively impact the lives of
survivors of domestic violence and their
children.
Monitors federal legislation and works with
NNEDV to support National Lobby Day each
year.
Contracts with a lobbyist.
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Attorney General’s Office
Governor’s Crime Commission
Council for Women
Domestic Violence Commission
NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault
Legal Aid of NC
NC Justice Center
Sheriffs’ Association
Conference of District Attorneys
NC Victims Assistance Network
Prevent Child Abuse NC
Legislative Accomplishments
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2010:
Address Confidentiality Program
Homicide Prevention Act
House Bill 1354 (House Select Committee)
Landlord/Tenant Law
Homicide Database
DVPOs/Repeat Violators
DVPOs/Pets
Immunity for Shelters
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Building public awareness of the issue and the
impact in our communities (homicides)
Identifying champions in the legislature
Forming partnerships and collaborations
Grassroots advocacy
Investing significant resources (lobbyist)
Never doubt that a small group of
thoughtful, committed citizens can change
the world.
Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.
-Margaret Mead
Thank you!
Please use NCCADV as a resource
1.888.232.9124
www.nccadv.org

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