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"Domestic Violence:
Stories of Abuse, Escape,
and Recovery"

October 29, 2013
Kent Public Library, Dover

October 30, 2013
Milford Public Library

WEAVER members will discuss what abusive relationships look like, the warning signs, and more. These free events are open to the public. View event flyers for both dates below.

Project SAFE flyer


WEAVER is currently collecting linens and toiletries for the women and children in the domestic violence shelters run by People's Place. Items will be collected until December 9, 2013. See the flyer below for more information.

Project SAFE flyer




Women Empowered Against Violence in Every Relationship (WEAVER)

WEAVER is a domestic violence survivors’ task force of DCADV. Established in 2008, members meet monthly to develop strategies to educate the general public, criminal justice officials, government officials, service providers, advocates, and other professionals about domestic violence from the survivors’ perspective.

WEAVER task force members have experienced various effects of domestic violence in their lives. Their common experience with domestic violence as a form of oppression provides the foundation and is the common ground on which they work together to end violence against women.


WEAVER membership is open to all women who have experienced domestic violence or abuse at the hands of an intimate partner. View our brochure for information about joining; upcoming meetings are listed on DCADV's monthly Domestic Violence Meeting Calendar.

Statement of Purpose and Goals

The mission of the task force is to end violence against women. Its goals are:

  • To empower the voices of survivors on behalf of battered women.
  • To advocate on behalf of survivors and battered women.
  • To take an active stand to effect social, political, and economic change on behalf of survivors and battered women.
  • To educate themselves and others about the unmet needs of battered women.
  • To create a network with those who share their experiences, philosophies, and goals.