CALIFORNIA PARTNERSHIP TO END DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Together, We're Stronger

SACRAMENTO, CA   |  www.cpedv.org

Mission

The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence promotes the collective voice of a diverse coalition of organizations and individuals, working to eliminate all forms of domestic violence. As an advocate for social change, we advance our mission by shaping public policy, increasing community awareness, and strengthening our members’ capacity to work toward our common goal of advancing the safety and healing of victims, survivors and their families.

Ruling year info

1993

Executive Director

Kathy Moore

Main address

1107 9TH STREET

SACRAMENTO, CA 95814 USA

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EIN

77-0347420

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Alliance/Advocacy Organizations (R01)

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Setting Strong Policy

We have been instrumental in the passage, enactment, implementation and enforcement of strong, comprehensive legislation and public policies that address a range of domestic violence issues. Through our Policy Committees, advocates have an integral role in ensuring that our policy work meets the needs of survivors, communities and organizations across California. Our priorities include both legislative solutions and systems change efforts to strengthen prevention and intervention responses to domestic violence.

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The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence (the Partnership) is California’s recognized domestic violence coalition, representing over 1,000 advocates, organizations and allied groups. With offices in Sacramento, the Partnership’s diverse membership spans the entire state. Through our public policy, communications and capacity-building efforts, we align prevention and intervention strategies to advance social change.

The Partnership believes that by sharing expertise, advocates and policy-makers can end domestic violence. Working at the state and national levels for nearly 40 years, the Partnership has a long track record of successfully passing over 200 pieces of legislation addressing domestic violence. Every day we inspire, inform and connect all those concerned with this issue, because together we’re stronger.

The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence (the Partnership) serves as California’s domestic violence coalition, representing over 1,000 survivors, advocates, organizations and allied groups, working together to eliminate domestic violence. Our approach is three-pronged and will include the following activities in the coming year:

-Setting Strong Public Policy: We advise policy-makers and advocate for strong public policy to prevent domestic violence.
-Communicating Priorities: We educate the public and shape the conversation on emerging issues related to domestic violence.
-Building Capacity: We provide critical support to direct service agencies across California, those at the front-lines serving survivors immediately, as well as those conducting prevention programs in schools, hospitals and communities. We help these organizations solve urgent problems to better serve California’s survivors, families and communities.

Working at the state and national levels for nearly 40 years, the Partnership has a long track record of successfully passing over 200 pieces of legislation addressing domestic violence. Every day we inspire, inform and connect all those concerned with this issue, because together we’re stronger.

Recent accomplishments like these tell us we are succeeding:
•Increased housing security for survivors: We were proud to support AB 2413, signed into law, which prevents tenants from being evicted when calling for emergency help.
•Boosted schools’ ability to prevent teen dating violence: Through a 5-year CDC project, the Partnership provided policy recommendations to schools.
•Shaped the conversation: On topics from teen dating abuse to immigration to the connection between mass shootings and domestic violence, the Partnership’s leaders appeared in dozens of media outlets across California, reaching 9M+ readers.
•Rallied support for new state funding to prevent domestic violence and increase housing resources for survivors: This year, we led an historic budget ask with the California Legislature. $15M for domestic violence solutions was been added to the California budget.
•Strengthened Our Movement: Hundreds of leaders from across CA participated in trainings / conferences.

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CALIFORNIA PARTNERSHIP TO END DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Board of directors
as of 9/11/2019
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Board chair

Rabeya Sen