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​​Alliance​ Against ​​
Family Violence​​​​

Serving Leavenworth County, Kansas​

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  1. 24/7 Crisis Hotline
    Kansas Crisis Hotline: 888-363-2287 National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1−800−799−7233 1−800−787−3224
  2. Get Involved
    Be a part of helping to reopen victim advocacy services in Leavenworth County! AAFV is looking for an executive director and now accepting volunteer applications! See more on the Board of Directors and Donating on this website.
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Alliance Against Family Violence (AAFV) is making progress to reopening. AAFV is looking for an  Executive Director and is now accepting volunteer applications!  


AAFV is temporarily  closed. Please donate  to AAFV to help reopen the organization's doors and services for Leavenworth County and surrounding county communities. 

ABOUT
Alliance Against Family Violence (AAFV) was the first and only local, sexual and domestic violence, victim advocacy services organization that served all Leavenworth County communities.

MISSION, PURPOSE, AND SERVICES:
Alliance Against Family Violence (AAFV)'s mission is to offer services and programs, providing safety and security for victims and survivors and the communities in which they live. AAFV is dedicated to facilitating and empowering positive change in the lives of those affected by sexual and domestic violence, child abuse, and neglect. AAFV saves individual lives. Victim advocacy services benefit entire communities and our society. 

Family violence and sexual and domestic violence are preventable, widespread, public health problems (cited as such by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)) that are present and occur in all communities, including in Leavenworth County communities. As mentioned above, AAFV was the first and only organization in Leavenworth County providing direct services to victims of sexual and domestic violence; direct, core services include: emergency crisis hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week; emergency shelter; police response advocacy; court advocacy; sexual assault and medical advocacy; food; clothing; transitional housing; support groups; and outreach services to the community.

AAFV provided services for all - regardless of race, ethnicity, identity, orientation, status, age, sex, or gender. AAFV was especially dedicated to those most vulnerable in our society. 

One of AAFV's goals is to raise awareness about family violence, sexual and domestic violence, community resources, and AAFV services and programs. You can help by following AAFV on  Facebook and Twitter
  and sharing AAFV's news with your family and friends and networks. 



MAY 9, 2018 STATEMENT BY AAFV'S BOARD OF DIRECTORS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE KANSAS COALITION AGAINST SEXUAL AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (KCSDV)
We must always take sides.
Neutrality helps the oppressor,
Never the victim.
Silence encourages the tormentor,
Never the tormented.

--Eli Weisel