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Domestic Violence Funding


Advocating for Domestic Violence Funding

The Partnership is working hard to:

Ensure state funding for local domestic violence services

State funding is an essential component of program budgets and must be grown so that organizations can meet their communities’ needs for emergency shelter and other victim services. The Partnership works to ensure that state funding, including allocations from the state General fund, support critically-needed funding for shelters and essential domestic violence services across the state.

Increase federal support for domestic violence victims

Together with other coalitions and national organizations, the Partnership analyzes federal funding proposals and advocates to ensure they address the needs of programs serving domestic violence victims. Key areas of federal funding advocacy include, but are not limited to: the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act, the Victims of Crime Act, and the Violence Against Women Act. You can find more information about federal funding for domestic violence and programs here.