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This website is a clearinghouse of information and resources for professionals working to address and prevent sexual and domestic violence in Virginia. The resources provided here are designed to help your community enhance its response to sexual and domestic violence.  It is also designed to help improve access to services for people affected by sexual and domestic violence.

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  • HOUSE REPUBLICANS PROPOSE REFORMS, ANNOUNCE $10.6M NEW FUNDING FOR DV/SA PROGRAMS

    Fri, January 31, 2014 - 12:15 by Action Alliance
    House Republicans called for major reforms Thursday to how Virginia funds its domestic and sexual violence intervention, prevention and counseling services and introduced House Bill 1 at a press conference in Richmond. Legislators also announced that the House Budget proposal will include $10.6 million in new funding for domestic and sexual violence treatment and crisis prevention centers. Delegate Barbara Comstock (R-McLean) will serve as Chief Patron and Delegate Chris Peace (R-Hanover) will be the Chief Co-Patron for House Bill 1. House Bill 1 is phase one of a reform process that will streamline existing and new funding for intervention, prevention and counseling services. This legislation dedicates a funding stream for Sexual & Domestic Violence Agencies in order to increase access to the important treatment and crisis services they provide.