Community Based Organization
Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ACADV)
Not Available
Email/Contact form
Phone Hotline
1 (800) 650-6522
Not Available
Office phone
1 (800) 799-7233, 1 (334) 387-6362
Ethnic & Gender Communities served
One place under this organization does culturally sensitive work. It is Asha Kiran*
Shelter/ Housing services
The ACADV’s shelter programs offer temporary emergency shelter and transitional housing, individual counseling and peer support groups and connections to community and legal resources.
Support services
S.A.I.L. Project - The ACADV and the Alabama Department of Human Resources collaborate to provide domestic violence screenings and services for survivors facing abuse. Supported by federal funds from the Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF), this project ensures that there is a domestic violence specialist on staff in each county D.H.R. office.
The goal of the S.A.I.L Project is to reach individuals who might not call the crisis hotline or visit a shelter, but still need help dealing with the effects of domestic violence in their relationship. Has safety planning tab. Perpetrator Intervention Programs: Abusers can enter voluntarily or be court ordered to Perpetrator Intervention Programs. It is important to note that there are no guarantees that he will change his violent behavior. He is the only one who can make the decision – and commitment – to change.
Certified programs have completed a standards review process to ensure they meet state guidelines. You may contact the Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ACADV) for further information on program guidelines.
Legal services
Referrals to other organizations
Languages supported
Not Available

Thank you to all community members, thought partners, students, who supported the research team, as we developed this intervention. We would also like to thank Tarun Aggarwal, Dr. Udayan Das for initial ideation and Nikki Malazarte for support in resource compilation

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