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AVDA (Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse) focuses on Non-Profit Family Violence Prevention. Our goal at AVDA is to end family violence by educating individuals, offering legal and counseling services, and fostering a community response to abuse. As an organization centered on non-profit family violence prevention, we hope to build and grow programs in the greater Houston area that both sheds light on the subject and serves a purpose.
IF YOU ARE IN IMMEDIATE DANGER, CALL 911
As non-profit family violence safety advocates, we host events to engage our community and support the cause against family violence. Click below to view our upcoming events, and how you can get involved.
11apr(apr 11)7:30 am(apr 11)7:30 amAVDA’s Second Annual End Abuse Awareness BreakfastThis free, open to the public event seeks to build awareness of the prevalence of domestic violence in our community and provide information on local resources for victims of family violence. Chaired by Carter Dugan and Rachel Roosth, the breakfast will feature Keynote Speaker Mark Wynn, a nationally acclaimed domestic violence expert and retired lieutenant of the Nashville Police Department. Master of Ceremonies will be KPRC-TV Meteorologist Khambrel Marshall. RSVP is required at LaurenS@avda-tx.org. Registration the day of the event is at 7 a.m.
1 in 4 Women
Experienced domestic violence in their lifetime
Of legal clients
feel safer because of AVDA Services
Adult & child victims
of domestic violence were served by AVDA
of counseling services to survivors were provided
Contact Us Today
If you are experiencing family violence in your home, talk with AVDA’s safety advocates in Houston. With our programs and services, we intend to provide help and guide you to a healthier and happier life. Contact us today.
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