December 15, 2021

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence Welcomes New Board Members


November 9, 2021

NRCDV Statement on Policy Commitments and Priorities
"These statements holds NRCDV accountable to survivors and communities, boldly articulates our policy advocacy positioning, and clarifies the "lenses" we are looking through, committed to, and in constant consideration of as we aspire to co-create a world that is free from violence, racism, oppression, and socially just. Read more about NRCDV's Policy Commitments & Positions." READ FULL STATEMENT & PRIORITIES

October 29, 2021

NRCDV Celebrates House Passage of the Family Violence Prevention and Services Improvement Act of 2021


April 21, 2021

NRCDV Welcomes Bill to Support Survivors of Family Violence


March 24, 2021

NRCDV Prioritizes Survivor Safety & Choice as VAWA 2021 Passes House
The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2021 passed the House of Representatives on March 17...While VAWA’s legacy spans 27 years, all its versions have relied upon and supported this country’s criminal legal system. In nearly three decades, we have seen the negative impact the criminal legal system has had on Black and brown survivors and communities... NRCDV is intentionally expanding its policy efforts to focus on anti-violence work within a much larger context of social justice and progressive world-building. READ FULL STATEMENT


March 19, 2021

NRCDV Condemns the Violence on Asian Communities
The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) mourns the killing of the eight victims in the Atlanta-area spa shootings and denounces the racist Anti-Asian sentiments motivating these killings. We grieve for Daoyou Feng, Paul Andre Michels, Julie Park, Hyeon Jeong Park, Xiaojie Yan, Delaina Ashley Yaun and two other unnamed victims and their communities. Six of these victims were women of Asian descent. This latest attack tragically illustrates the consequences of racism, xenophobia, and misogyny. READ FULL STATEMENT


March 10, 2021

NRCDV Supports House Introduction of Violence Against Women Act


November 20, 2020

LGBTQ Institute & NRCDV Form Strategic Partnership


June 6, 2020

The pandemic of racial injustice, systemic oppression, and exploitation continues to rage across the country, causing many losses. Recent events, unfortunately, highlight significant and longstanding health and economic disparities among African Americans and other racial and ethnic groups. Such gaps in treatment reflect inequality and continue to cause immeasurable pain to Black communities, which reverberates throughout America today. READ THE FULL STATEMENT


May 22, 2020

NRCDV to Join NY Task Force on Domestic Violence During COVID-19 Pandemic


December 9, 2019

New Verbal Abuse Awareness Campaign Launched by National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, NO MORE