Learn about new features on the ICADV website and how you can stay connected with ICADV!
Notice anything different? We know that many people visit our website on a regular basis, and sometimes a new design can be confusing and annoying (especially if you knew exactly where everything was before!) So we want to help you navigate our site, highlight some of the features that we think will be helpful, and show off how user-friendly it is!
We’ve included some helpful features in our website that we think will make it easier for you to find what you need and discover new information.
Training & Events Calendar – Want to know what’s going on around the state? Our calendar will provide the dates for trainings, meetings, and events that you’ll want to add to your calendar, with all of the information about where it is and how you can get there.
ICADV Blog – We want to share the latest, greatest information with you. Our blog posts will share resources, videos, podcasts and more from ICADV staff and guest authors. You can even sign up to have the latest blog posts sent directly to your inbox.
Take Action – If you’re visiting our website, you’re probably someone who wants to be involved in the movement to end violence. We have ways you can do that! Visit our Take Action page to learn more about how you can get involved and support us in our mission to eliminate domestic violence.
Contact – Contact us directly from the ICADV website – our contact form is at the very bottom, so no matter what page you are visiting, you can connect with us!
Mobile-Friendly – If you’re on the go, you can still visit us here! Our new site is mobile-friendly – so all of these features will work on your smartphone. Go ahead – try it out!
Want to explore our site even more? We’re creating a video that will give you a tour of our website, so you can see what pages look like and where the information is. Want to know when video gets posted? Sign up for Blog Updates and you’ll be the first to know!
So what are you waiting for? Go check it out and visit often to learn more about what ICADV is doing to eliminate domestic violence.