Highlights of NCCADV Membership
- Specialized training from NCCADV’s Training Program and tailored technical assistance on a variety of topics related to serving survivors and ending Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)
- Opportunities to network, learn from, and share information with other individuals and organizations in the IPV movement at events such as the annual Membership Meeting, semi-annual Campus Consortium meetings, and the biennial NCCADV Conference, as well as through various communities of practice
- Informational emails: 1) a weekly newsletter full of local, state, and national resources and information to support your role in the IPV movement 2) access to all NCCADV listservs (Executive Directors, Economic Justice, Latinx Services, and Legislative Policy)
- Free resources such as Project eNOugh posters and Futures Without Violence materials
Importance of NCCADV Membership
By becoming a member, you become a part of a social justice movement that works to change how North Carolina responds to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), specifically domestic violence, sexual assault in intimate relationships, teen dating violence, stalking, and human trafficking.
Your membership dues allow NCCADV staff to engage in systems advocacy, prevention and public policy work, while furthering NCCADV efforts to incorporate a social justice lens into the larger IPV movement. Dues also support NCCADV’s involvement in various taskforces and committees on behalf of our members to bring the voices of survivors to the table. Through this work, we are able to create positive change that will impact survivors and the organizations that serve them. Member dues help support the systems advocacy, prevention, and public policy work that assists survivors of domestic violence in North Carolina and the programs that serve them.
NCCADV Offers THREE Types of Memberships:
If you have questions about membership or benefits, please contact Natalie Pickett, Member Services Specialist.