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Supporting critical thinking, learning and victim-defined advocacy...
Supporting critical thinking, learning and victim-defined advocacy…
BCSDV provides a victim-defined framework for creating solutions to domestic violence. We offer analysis, information and tools. We work in partnership with victims and with advocates. We collaborate.
“ I have a better plan…I have options… ” — Shelter Resident
Meeting Survivors’ Needs: A Multi-State Study of Domestic Violence Shelter Experiences by NRCDV for the National Institute of Justice (October 2008)
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