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Co-ordinated Action Against Domestic Abuse (CAADA) is a national charity supporting a multi-agency and risk-led response to domestic abuse.

We provide practical help to support professionals and organisations working with domestic abuse victims.

Updates from CAADA

Press response: Criminalising coercive control is a positive step for victims of domestic abuse.

Our response to the announcement on increased funding for refuges.

Read our formal response to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Domestic and Sexual Violence inquiry, 'The Changing Landscape of Domestic and Sexual Violence Services'.

Read our formal response to the Home Office consultation, 'Strengthening the law on domestic abuse'.

Access video interviews and presentations from our second national Young People's Programme Conference: 'What's love got to do with it? Challenging the use of abuse and violence in young people's relationships'.

Measure the effectiveness of your service and the outcomes for children you work with our new Children's Insights service. Generous subsidies are available for voluntary services, thanks to funding from the Fidelity UK Foundation and the Dulverton Trust.

We are delighted to announce the appointment of two new directors to our senior leadership team. Read our press release.

Responding to coercive control: New advice for MARACs from the National MARAC Scrutiny Panel.

What's new?

Work for us: Head of Consulting

eNews: November/December issue out now

Events: Free MARAC workshops

New training: Working with families experiencing domestic abuse

Now taking expressions of interest : Young People's Violence Advisor and Young people and relationship abuse: train the trainer training

New training: Understanding Young People Who Harm in Intimate and Close Relationships

Quick link: CAADA DASH RICs

Quick link: CAADA's research project on hospital IDVAs

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