May 24, 2012
the Partnership has grown to meet the needs of battered women and other survivors of interpersonal violence is an ever evolving and more complex and comprehensive manner. The leadership is sensitive to not only providers needs but also keep sits ear to the ground to listen to survivors as well. To often organizations lose touch with their constituencies and therefore, lose direction and effectiveness. This has not happened with the Partnership. CPEDV has taken on issues about finding as well as legislative issues that effect both agencies and their clients. Both are equally important to the Partnership. We are lucky here in California to have a statewide organization that takes to heart the issues that effect the entire state and not just the largest or richest of the areas. CPEDV supports our efforts to improve, learn, adjust, and continue our work to make victims of domestic violence safe, healthy, economically independent, as well as being free from abuse.
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