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NYS LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence Network

The New York State Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Intimate Partner Violence Network (“The Network”) is a statewide, multidisciplinary group of direct service providers, community-based agencies, advocates, educators, policy makers, and funders who are working on behalf of LGBTQ communities affected by intimate partner violence to ensure that intimate partner violence services are LGBTQ inclusive.

Our Mission

The Network seeks to raise awareness of and improve response to domestic violence impacting LGBTQ communities throughout the state. The Network supports service providers, advocates, policy makers and others by providing education and advocacy, fostering collaboration, and identifying and working towards needed change. These efforts will enhance the availability and delivery of services while promoting advocacy on behalf of those affected by domestic violence in LGBTQ communities.

Join the Network to work collectively towards LGBTQ inclusivity within intimate partner violence agencies statewide and push for policy changes that support LGBTQ survivors of intimate partner violence! [link to contact me]

Ensure your organization is LGBTQ inclusive and request a training or technical assistance. [link to TTA page]

Our Members

The New York State Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Intimate Partner Violence Network (“The Network”) is a statewide, multidisciplinary group of direct service providers, community-based agencies, advocates, educators, policy makers, and funders who are working on behalf of LGBTQ communities affected by domestic violence.

View our Network Members for 2015, organized by county.

Training and Technical Assistance Center

Need support providing LGBTQ inclusive IPV services? The New York State Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer Training & Technical Assistance Center (TTA Center) provides free training, technical assistance and ongoing education to residential and non-residential domestic violence programs to increase the programs’ LGBTQ cultural competency and ability to provide services to LGBTQ survivors.

For technical assistance, contact:

Shelby Chestnut
Co-Director of Community Organizing and Public Advocacy
New York Anti-Violence Project
schestnut@avp.org
212-714-1184 ext. 18

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