Center for Domestic Peace takes a leadership role in promoting social transformation through technical assistance, education, and policy initiatives.
Transforming Communities: Technical Assistance, Training, and Resource Center (TC-TAT) is a national project, which, through leadership development and training, builds the capacity of individuals, organizations and communities for effective prevention. Click here to visit TC-TAT's website.
Here is a link to their most recent newsletter, focused on building a Beloved Community: Catalyst Connections September 2013.pdf
Education and Prevention
Center for Domestic Peace teaches youth and adults strategies for healthy and equal relating to prevent all forms of violence, including bullying and teen dating abuse.
Center for Domestic Peace provides leadership at the local, state, and national level to help draft policies and pass legislation that increases the effectiveness of domestic violence intervention, prevention, and protection of victim’s rights.
Men Speaking Up
To help promote the idea that men have an important role in advocating for domestic peace, Center for Domestic Peace has dedicated space on our website to post relevant content, links, and videos that showcase what is being done by men in support of our cause.
Facebook Camapign - It's Not OK
In 2013, C4DP created an online awarness campaign to stop domestic violence. Click here to see the campaign website.
There are many things you can do within your own community to bring awareness and prevent domestic violnce. Here you can find some helpful resources!
Share your Story. Visit the National Women's Law Center website and tell your story. Help us advocate for more national support for domestic violence programs and services.