PCADV seeks Service Provider for Pike County
The Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence (PCADV) issues a competitive Request For Proposal (RFP) to provide domestic violence services in Pike County, Pennsylvania, from a provider that can offer options for safety through a continuum of intervention and support services for victims of domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. This RFP is for a one year funding period, July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019. View the RFP
Proposals are due to PCADV no later than Friday May 18, 2018.
In Memory of Carole Alexy
Carole Alexy worked for more than 40 years as an advocate to end violence against women. Carole began her career in the domestic violence movement in 1976 when she helped to found the Bucks County program, A Woman's Place. She later became president of the PCADV board and joined the staff in 1983. Carole passed away on December 10.
In honor of Carole's amazing work on behalf of victims of domestic violence, the PCADV board has established The Carole Alexy Legacy Fund. Contributions to the Carole Alexy Legacy Fund are dedicated to support the efforts of PCADV to develop and implement policies to improve legal, social and economic aspects of the lives of victims of domestic violence and their families.
Susan Higginbotham selected to lead the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence as new executive director
After an extensive nationwide search for its new executive director, the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence (PCADV) board of directors announced today that it has named Susan Higginbotham to lead the Coalition. A committed advocate, Higginbotham brings to PCADV more than twenty-five years of experience dedicated to addressing mission-related issues including domestic violence, reproductive and sexual health, HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ health. She has been in executive leadership for twenty years. Read more about Susan Higginbotham
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Learn more about the Lethality Assessment Program
More than 1,400 Pennsylvanians sought assistance from local domestic violence service centers last year as a result of a new screening tool that helps identify victims who are at greatest danger of being killed or seriously injured by their abusive partner. It’s called the Lethality Assessment Program (LAP), and beginning today, anyone can access aggregate data from the program.
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