Immigrant Women Program
1101 14th St., NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20005
|Family Violence Prevention Fund
383 Rhode Island St., Suite 304
San Francisco, CA 94103
|ASISTA Immigration Technical Assistance Project
515 28th St.
Des Moines, Iowa 50312
The National Network to End Violence Against Immigrant Women seeks to challenge and eliminate all forms of oppression and discrimination against immigrant women facing violence by empowering them to build better lives of their choice.
The National Network to End Violence Against Immigrant Women is a coalition of survivors, immigrant women, advocates, activists, attorneys, educators and other professionals committed to ending violence against immigrant women by
The National Network to End Violence Against Immigrant Women (Network), founded in 1992, is a broad-based coalition of more than five hundred organizations and individuals that advocate. provide services, and offer assistance to immigrant victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking. The Network is co-chaired by the Family Violence Prevention Fund, The Immigrant Women Program of Legal Momentum (formerly NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund), and the Advanced Special Immigration for Survivors Technical Assistance (ASISTA). The three co-chair organizations contribute their special expertise and experience to the technical assistance, training and advocacy leadership the Network provides. The Network is supported by a National Advisory Committee with members representing diverse disciplines, backgrounds, and immigrant communities. The Family Violence Prevention Fund specializes in promoting community-based strategies to respond and prevent violence against immigrant women. As such, FVPF focuses on building capacity and leadership of immigrant women from diverse communities, training on cultural competency for service providers, law enforcement and advocates and the development and dissemination of culturally and linguistically appropriate resource materials. Legal Momentum specializes in issues that arise for immigrant victims in family law, justice system, benefits, housing, trafficking, sexual assault, and immigration cases. ASISTA Immigration Technical Assistance Project specializes in intermediate and advanced immigration law issues. The Network has undertaken numerous projects that address the needs of battered immigrant women and children and immigrant survivors of sexual assault and trafficking. Through a collaborative approach, the Network has made great progress in assuring that non-citizen victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking are able to flee abuse, survive crimes and receive assistance.
The Network works to improve the lives of immigrant women who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and trafficking in a variety of different ways, including
To join The National Network to End Violence Against Immigrant Women please download our membership form and mail it to: Family Violence Prevention Fund Attention: Mónica Arenas 383 Rhode Island St., Suite 304 San Francisco, CA 94103 T: (415) 252-8900 F: (415) 252-8991