The Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence (MCEDV) is partnering with New Ventures Maine (NVME) to address economic abuse as a tactic of domestic violence abusers. This year-long collaborative project, funded by the Allstate Foundation Purple Purse Grant, will involve domestic violence advocates from three domestic violence resource centers (DVRCs) across the state working with advocates...
We have partnered with our friends at the Maine Chapter of NASW to deliver training on Domestic Violence/Interpersonal Violence & Ethics. This class will provide 4 continuing education units, which will satisfy credits toward both domestic violence and ethics requirements for social work licensure.
The right to determine what happens to our own physical selves has everything to do with our safety and wellbeing. Attacks on bodily autonomy are central to the issue of domestic violence. The behavior of those who commit domestic abuse is rooted in the belief that they have the right to make decisions about every facet of their partners’ lives, including their bodies.
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