MISSION STATEMENT: The Center helps people who abuse to stop their domestic violence, take responsibility for their behavior, create healthy relationships, and strengthen their community.
CADP seeks to provide effective interventions that promote changes in beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors
and teach healthy relationship skills that can help program participants end their violence and foster safety for women, children, and men in their homes and communities. CADP continues its work to develop strategies that encourage program participants who are nearing completion to initiate prevention activities in their communities. CADP understands that domestic violence and community violence economically depletes communities decreasing resources for life-enhancing activities. The Center's goal is to provide services and community outreach that support both individual and societal change.
Where We Work
What We Do
Every nine seconds in the United States, a woman is assaulted or beaten, and every day, three are killed by husbands or boyfriends. According to the Center for Disease Control, 35.6% of woman and 28.5% of men in the U.S. have experienced rape, physical violence or stalking by a partner. Up to 10 million children witness some form of domestic violence annually, and those who have are more likely than their peers to experience medical, behavioral, social and emotional problems, often lasting into adulthood.