Vermont Council on Domestic Violence
The Vermont Council on Domestic Violence was established in statute in 2008. The Council provides leadership for Vermont’s statewide effort to eradicate domestic violence through multidisciplinary collaboration. For more information, view the Council’s Info Sheet or Info Packet.
The Deaf Vermonter Advocacy Service assists people with hearing loss by providing access to services, education and advocacy. For more information, visit the website, or contact their hotline at 802-661-4091.
DIVAS provides domestic and sexual violence education, support, skill-building and advocacy to women who are incarcerated in Vermont. The DIVAS program aims to improve outcomes during incarceration and upon community reentry.
The SANE Program trains and supports highly trained nursing professionals to provide forensic medical care to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence and abuse at hospitals across Vermont. Visit the Vermont SANE website.