National Resource Center on Domestic Violence celebrates our 25th anniversary. First established in 1994 as a project of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, NRCDV became an independent nonprofit in 2011 with a mission of strengthening the capacity of programs responding to domestic violence survivors and their families by promoting effective programs, policies, research and engagement in prevention. Today, our mission is to strengthen and transform efforts to end domestic violence, and we are proud to collaborate with other activists and organizations committed to gender, racial, economic and social justice for all.
NRCDV knows that domestic violence is preventable, and that ending domestic violence takes vision. We are committed to leading boldly in centering and amplifying the voices of traditionally marginalized communities in our work to attain safe and thriving communities for all. We value and celebrate the rich diversity of people in this country and the vitality and strength they bring to our communities and society as we work together to end domestic violence. We continue to move our work forward and we are excited to see what growth the coming years will bring!
See our timeline: Celebrating 25 Years of Growth