Hendricks County Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Open to all members of our community
who embrace the mission of ending domestic violence


Become a Survivor Video

Powerful Video for Domestic Violence Victims and for Domestic Violence Training. Watch Now!

"No More" Domestic Violence PSA Video #1

Featuring Hendricks County residents. Featuring: Greg Steuerward, Danville Basketball, Sheltering Wings, HRH, Avon Football, HC Sheriff, Girl Scouts

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2014 Take Action Winners

2014 Take Action Award Winners
Individual: Laurie Hiland
Group: Indiana Law Enforcement Academy - Tom Bertram accepting


The Hendricks County Coalition Against Domestic Violence is dedicated to ending domestic violence through community collaboration with law enforcement agencies, the criminal justice system, and medical and social service agencies. The HCCADV works to improve systems that respond to domestic violence by providing advocacy, community outreach, education, and policy development. The HCCADV works to ensure effective and appropriate services to all victims.


The Hendricks County Coalition Against Domestic Violence is open to all members of our community who embrace the mission of ending domestic violence. Our members include domestic violence advocates, law enforcement, health care professionals, prosecutors, judges, family support agencies and many others who are committed to provide justice for victims and enhance safety for families and communities.

Guiding Philosophy

Domestic violence is a crime of power and control most often inflicted on women and children.

Domestic violence in any form is abuse and is unjustifiable.

Each person has dignity and worth and is entitled to a safe environment.

Batterers must be held accountable.

Every person is responsible for their own behavior. Survivors do not cause the abuse.

Children from violent homes are at risk. Violent behavior is a learned response and is often passed down from generation to generation.

All victims have the right to information, support and services to become safe and independent.

A coordinated community response to domestic violence is most effective for intervention and prevention.

2015 Meeting Dates

All meetings are held at the Hendricks County Work Release Center in Danville.

March 4 @ 10:00 AM
June 3 @ 10:00 AM
September 2 @ 10:00 AM
December 2 @ 10:00 AM

Contact Information

Julie Randall


Community Resources

Hendricks County Statistics


Domestic Violence Handbook (PDF)

Lethality Assessment Program

Health Care

Family Support Services

Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement Training Materials

Domestic Violence Brochures

Protective Order-Victims

Women Abuse is Child Abuse

Effects on Children

Teen Dating Violence

Even When Pregnant


Batterers' Intervention Program

Certified BIPs

Domestic Violence Update

December 2014

September 2014

June 2014

January 2014