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The Domestic Violence Council (DVC) brings people together in the Omaha and Douglas County, Nebraska area to end domestic violence, making our community a safer place to live. We advocate for system change which will make victims safer and more autonomous, and hold offenders accountable. We do this through education and training, and coordinating services between service agencies, departments, and the courts. We promote effective prevention, intervention and treatment techniques based upon research and data collection.
First and foremost, ending or reducing domestic violence requires commitment and constant attention by community leaders and the courts. We must collaborate in all that we do: from batterer intervention services available, to shelter and support offered to victims and their children, and to the consequences batterers receive for their violence from all areas of our community.
End Domestic Violence.
The Domestic Violence Council (formerly known as the Domestic Violence Coordinating Council - DVCC) is a non-profit organization as described in section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Federal tax identification number: 39-1901782. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law.