Announcing our new Executive Director Stephanie Miller!
Stephanie comes to us with a wealth of experience, having served 33 years dedicated to creating life-changing services for survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Stephanie is committed to building on CARDV’s legacy, maintaining the highest service standards, and forging partnerships to transform the landscape of rape and domestic violence services. Click here to learn more!
CARDV recognizes the intersectionality of all its survivors and is dedicated to its diversity, equity, and inclusion mission!
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CARDV: We Are a Mobile Team of Advocates!
CARDV is expanding our mobile advocacy to reach all survivors, including in rural Linn and Benton Counties. Learn more about our programs and services in the video below:
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