On October 3rd: Mayor/City Council declares October Domestic Violence Awareness Month – council members will be wearing purple ties/outfitsFind out more »
On October 4th: Woodbury County and Plymouth County Board of Supervisors declares October Domestic Violence Awareness Month – members will be wearing purple ties/outfitsFind out more »
The Sioux City Journal is publishing a special section for Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Sunday, October 16 and again in The Weekender on Thursday, October 20.Find out more »
The Sioux City Journal is publishing a special section for Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Sunday, October 16 and again in The Weekender on Thursday, October 20Find out more »
CSADV, the Coalition to End Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and the Sioux City Police Department are hosting a tailgate party before the Morningside/Briar Cliff College football game. Purple footballs with #TakeaStand will be sold. The honor guard will perform and at halftime statistics will be read and people will be asked to stand for a moment of silence in honor of survivors and those that we’ve lost to domestic violence.Find out more »
CSADV is taking Poinsettia and Candy orders for the holidays, now through November 16th – call 712-277-0131 to place your order.Find out more »
Learn how to participate in this event by visiting: http://www.siouxlandsleepout.com/Find out more »
Join us at the Heelan gym for girls basketball - enjoy a great game and help CSADV! DATE: This Friday, November 18th TIME: JV game starts at 5:30, Varsity at 7pm. LOCATION: Heelan gym (the PIT) Proceeds from the following will all go to benefit CSADV: » A dinner of taco in a bag, dessert, and water will be available for $5 » A 3 point shooting game will take place at both halftime games » A free will donation…Find out more »
Join us for the CSADV Craft Fair on Saturday, December 3rd from 10am to 2pm at Sunnybrook Church - admission is free! Lunch will be available, and there will be a bake sale. All proceeds benefit CSADV.Find out more »
The Council on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, CSADV, provides support, advocacy, and a safe environment to empower adults and children who have experienced domestic violence and/or sexual assault . Through leadership and education, CSADV works collaboratively with the community to promote social change and to end violence.
The Council on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence is a private, non-profit agency that is dedicated to helping victims of sexual assault and/or domestic violence become empowered in their quest for dignity and self-respect.The purpose of CSADV’s program is to provide a central agency where victims can receive assistance, reassurance, support, and a sense of stability.