Our Philosophy: * CCADV respects the interconnection between all forms of oppression and violence, especially violence against women.Our values support the dignity and worth of all people and we recognize that self-determination is the antidote for power and control inflicted by one person over another.* We believe that domestic violence continues to the degree it is tolerated in our communities and that to truly prevent this violence requires social change.Social change demands we look at our own work to ensure that we are accountable to the goal of anti-oppression, that our communication is respectful, our actions transparent and our work based in principles of fairness, social justice and equality.
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