The primary purpose of the Spokane Regional Domestic Violence Coalition is the elimination of domestic violence through collaboration and partnership with community agencies made up from various sectors including but not limited to:
The coalition is focused on preventing domestic violence through educating the general public, raising awareness about domestic violence, and through community collaboration and coordination.
End the Violence Coalition Strategic Plan
With support from funders, including the Kalispel Tribe of Indians and Northern Quest Resort & Casino, Providence Health Care, Numerica Credit Union, MultiCare Health System, Avista Foundation, and the Innovia Foundation, SRDVC set out to develop a 5-year strategic plan in Summer of 2020 to set a clear course toward achieving SRDVC’s vision.
Community members and organizations with varying perspectives contributed throughout the planning process to ensure the strategic plan addresses community-voiced needs. SRDVC contracted with Ascension Performance Consulting, SPC, a social purpose corporation that supports nonprofits, government, and other social-serving organizations striving to improve the lives and well-being of women, children, and those experiencing racism and other forms of social injustice. The strategic planning process commenced in July 2020 and was completed in January 2021.
SRDVC has developed a 5 year strategic plan. Community members and stakeholders contributed throughout the process to identify community issues, needs, and potential strategies related to DV.
Putting this strategic plan into action requires robust coordination across multiple organizations and sectors. In addition to the strategic goals, priorities, strategies, and actions described above, End The Violence Coalition has identified these focus areas that summarizes the strategic plan and presents five goals, 15 priority outcomes, and 30 strategies for action on domestic violence in the Spokane region.
This document summarizes the strategic plan and presents five goals, 15 priority outcomes, and 30 strategies for action on domestic violence in the Spokane.
Community members and stakeholders contributed throughout the process to identify community issues, needs, and potential strategies related to DV.