Who we are

  • KCSDV is a statewide network working to prevent and eliminate sexual and domestic violence, dating violence and stalking
  • Our membership of 27 statewide advocacy organizations provides direct services to survivors and resources for communities
  • We were established as a private, non-profit organization in 1982

What we do

  • Provide a voice for victims and the programs that serve them
  • Provide training & technical assistance for advocates & allies:
    • Hosted 106 training events
    • Trained 2,479 people
    • Answered 2,300 inquiries (numbers represent October 2013 – September 2014)
  • Coordinate statewide initiatives:
    • Accreditation Standards
    • Prevention
    • Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners
    • Sexual Assault Response Teams
    • Protection Order Project
    • Rural Services Project

Collaborative Partners

  • Governor’s Office
  • Attorney General’s Office
  • Law Enforcement Training Center
  • Office of Judicial Administration
  • Dept. of Health & Environment
  • Dept. of Corrections
  • Dept. for Children and Families
  • Legal Services
  • Association of Independent Living Centers

Our Purpose

The purpose of KCSDV is the prevention and elimination of sexual and domestic violence through a statewide network providing support and safety for all victims of sexual and domestic violence, with primary focus on women and their children; direct services; public awareness and education; advocacy for victims; and social change efforts.

Services to Member Advocates and Allies

KCSDV provides technical assistance, training, legal advocacy, and policy analysis on a variety of topics for member programs and ally organizations across Kansas.

  • Child Welfare
  • Economic Justice
  • Legal Research and Analysis
  • National Collaboration
  • Statewide Collaboration
  • Primary Prevention
  • Perpetrator Accountability
  • Media Relations & Public Relations
  • Underserved Communities
  • Protection Orders
  • Criminal Justice Issues

For More Information:

Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence
634 SW Harrison
Topeka, KS 66603

Kansas Crisis Hotline: 888-END-ABUSE

Last Updated on Sep 7, 2018