The Virginia Anti-Violence Project works to address and end violence, with a specific focus on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities across Virginia.
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Call Our LGBTQ Partner Abuse and Sexual Assault Helpline:
Available Monday-Friday 8AM-8PM.
VAVP Statement on Events in Lynchburg, VA.
The Virginia Anti-violence Project is aware of the painful and complex events that are coming to light in Lynchburg, Virginia. We offer the following statement in support of and solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community there. VAVP Statment.
VAVP Statement on Events in Fredricksburg, VA.
The Virginia Anti-violence Project is aware of the incident that took place at the University of Mary Washington. Like all incidents we are made aware of, we take careful and detailed consideration into the information we release, and attempt to make contact with and seek approval from victims before posting any information. Given the unique circumstances surrounding this case and the ongoing litigation, we will not go into detail about the incident, but we do offer the following statement in support of and in solidarity with the victim and the LGBTQ+ community in Fredricksburg. VAVP Statment.
VAVP is currently hiring for two positions:Community Advocate and Trans-Community Advocate
The Virginia Anti-Violence Project is dedicated to preventing and addressing violence within and against LGBTQ+ communities, including sexual/intimate partner violence, dating violence, stalking, and hate/bias motivated violence. VAVP accomplishes its mission by facilitating relationship skills/healthy sexuality educational sessions, providing direct support to individuals that have been impacted by abuse/violence, as well as conducting allied professional training, and engaging in authentic, LGBTQ+- centered collaborations.
VAVP is committed to celebrating and reflecting the beautiful intersections of diverse LGBTQ+ identities; folks of color, trans* and genderqueer individuals, and LGBTQ+ people all across the life-span are enthusiastically encouraged to apply.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants can submit a resume and cover letter detailing how they would be a great fit for the position to email@example.com or mail it to Virginia Anti-Violence Project PO Box 7445 Richmond, VA 23221 by Friday, October 30th.