To end sexual and domestic violence in Arizona by dismantling oppression and promoting equity among all people.
Who We Serve:
Providers of direct services to victims and survivors of sexual and domestic violence are our primary customers. Victims and survivors are the beneficiaries of our work.
The Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence was formed in 1980 so that concerned citizens and professionals could unite in a statewide organization to end domestic violence. In 2013, the coalition became the designated dual coalition to address both sexual and domestic violence thus becoming the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence.
The Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence:
AMPLIFIES awareness of sexual and domestic violence to reduce stigma, prevent violence, and champion healing and justice.
SUPPORTS organizations in building and sustaining trauma-informed responses and comprehensive sexual and domestic violence services.
COLLABORATES with survivors and community partners to end violence and oppression by shifting culture, systems and policy.
LEADS the anti-sexual and domestic violence movement in Arizona through centering and elevating the needs and voices of survivors.