Please note that FVAP has moved!
Find us at our new offices: 1814 Franklin St, Suite 805, Oakland, CA 94612, or call us at 510 858 7358.
"The niche in social advocacy that we can build on here is huge."
Dean Christopher Edley, Immediate Past Dean, UC Berkeley School of Law
"If FVAP had existed when I was a child and my mom had been able to appeal our case, my brothers and I could have been spared years of abuse."
Childhood domestic violence survivor
"Just knowing that we have someone to call when our clients are in this desperate situation is incredible. Before, we could not do anything."
Erin Scott, Family Violence Law Center, Oakland
"Such an important project that helps us look at longer term sustained change."
Attendee at California Partnership to End Domestic Violence Annual Conference
February 6th, 2015
Join us at RCS Fresno for free advocacy training with Nancy Lemon. Learn how to lay a record of appeal for domestic violence cases. With sessions aimed towards both advocates and lawyers, everyone's welcome.
January 29th, 2015
Check out our new Upcoming Events calendar! We've got lots lined up for this new year, from #TeenDV month in February, to Nancy Lemon's training at RCS Fresno on February 6th. Take a look and mark your calendars. See you soon.
For making our Holiday Campaign such a huge success! We couldn't have done it without you.
We raised $21,818 and reached our goal, meaning with a generous matching donation, we received a grand total of $31,818!
Here's to 2015. We can't wait to get to work; changing the legal landscape for domestic violence survivors, one appeal at a time.
December 15th, 2014
Our own Nancy Lemon wins the Praxis Award from the American Criminology Society, Division of Critical Criminology at the annual ACS convention in SF on 11/20/14! Congratulations, Nancy, and thank you for your commitment to being a warrior against Domestic Violence.
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