Coordinated Action Against Domestic Abuse (CAADA) was established in 2004 to implement a new model for societal responses to domestic violence. Independent Domestic Violence Advocates (IDVAs) support victims of violence in their own home (making sure that the perpetrators are removed), making contact with all existing agencies, both statutory and voluntary, on behalf of the victim. CAADA provides a nationally recognised, accredited training programme for the IDVAs, works in over 100 regions of the UK to implement multi-agency safety planning, and is responsible for setting the quality standards for service provision in this work. 

Grant History

2004-2014: £2,387,000

Located in United Kingdom
Working in United Kingdom
Programmes Women's Rights