Inclusive Policy for Human and Animal Survivors of Domestic Violence

Keeping families together through DV and animal abuse policy reform in Washington State

Protecting humans and animals who are not human from familial violence

Domestic violence survivors face many barriers while attempting to escape, rebuild, and heal from dangerous situations caused by an abuser. Survivors will often times remain in dangerous situations because there are no resources available to protect family companion animals from an abuser, and many survivors are unwilling to leave companion animals behind with an abuser.

Do you work in family law, with survivors of domestic violence, or on animal abuse issues? Get involved with this initiative today!


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