The Domestic Violence Community Coordinated Response Team is now the

domestic violence action network

The Domestic Violence Action Network (DVAN) is a multi disciplinary team of community partners with the goal of providing interagency, coordinated response to domestic violence. DVAN is compromised of a wide range of sectors and fields including  domestic violence advocates, prosecution, victim witness, courts, law enforcement, immigration, legal, culturally-specific support services, child welfare and many more. 

our network

Services + Resources

The Domestic Violence Action Network brings community partners together to ensure domestic violence victims’ needs are met as they navigate the many different systems throughout our community. 

Our members provide a wide variety of resources and supports for victims and survivors throughout Kent County. 

Your Journey To Healing

A Guide For Survivors of Domestic Abuse

The Healing Path

The Healing Path is a resource guide meant to provide an overview of domestic violence behaviors, definitions, resources, etc. This educational guide also gives an overview of systems and services that many victims often navigate, such as the legal system, custody, Personal Protection Orders (PPOs), etc. This guide is available in English and Spanish.

We are comprised of

Community Partners

The Domestic Violence Action Network brings together numerous community partners in an effort to enhance how systems and organizations respond to the needs of victims and survivors of domestic violence. Members include individuals from some of the following agencies, organizations and government entities. 

Why We Do What We Do

The Need

Serving Kent County Since 1985

The mission of the Domestic Violence Action Network is to cooperate, coordinate, and collaborate on all community efforts and levels to eliminate domestic violence.

working together to stop domestic violence since 1985!