Learn more about how you can prevent domestic violence and support survivors.
Support survivors by donating to the coalition.
Locate domestic violence services and programs in your area.
Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence
As the state coalition for domestic violence programs in Indiana, we work in a variety of areas to further the mission of eliminating domestic violence. Learn more about the ways we are working to make a difference and help communities and relationships become safe, stable, and nurturing.
ICADV is not a domestic violence shelter. To find the shelter nearest you, click the link below:
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Diversity & Inclusion
We believe that domestic violence is preventable and when we come together, we can create real change in our communities to ensure safe, stable and nurturing relationships and environments for all people.
Take the first step in ending violence now.
ICADV is known for our pioneering ideas when it comes to eliminating violence. We work to make new resources, trainings and updates accessible to our member programs and the public.
Find the resources you need to make a difference in your community.
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, we can help you get connected to services and programs across the state. We are here to help and empower victims of violence find safety.
Learn more about the services available in Indiana and find a program near you.
Together, we can end domestic violence.
We believe that violence is preventable. When we come together, we create real change in the lives of individuals and in our communities. Join us in the movement to make Indiana a state that is safe, inclusive, and equitable for everyone.
ICADV works for the prevention and elimination of domestic violence – until the violence ends.
ICADV pursues a vision where all people engage in healthy relationships characterized by the mutual sharing of resources, responsibilities and affection; where youth are nurtured with those expectations; and where all people are supported within a society committed to equality in relationships and equity in opportunity as fundamental human rights.
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