Privacy Policy

PreventIPV is committed to protecting personal privacy and confidentiality. To uphold this commitment, PreventIPV will not sell or license to any third party, any personal contact information we receive from you. PreventIPV lists of eNewsletter subscribers, with associated email/mailing address and phone numbers, will be kept confidential and used only by PreventIPV.

This commitment also extends to protecting the privacy of any communications we receive through our website. Any communications received through our website will be kept confidential and personally identifying information will not be used without your expressed written consent.

Among advocates and activists working to end intimate partner violence, confidentiality and privacy courtesies are deeply respected, and they hold a high priority in many aspects of that work. The information contained in the resources shared on the PreventIPV website is, however, expressly intended to be publicly accessible. All PreventIPV users are therefore encouraged to remain sensitive to the public nature of their electronic communication, and to refrain from sharing information or materials they wish to be restricted to a particular audience.

In addition, to protect your own privacy and to help others do so, please refer to these safety tips for more information on Internet privacy.

Recent News

Thursday, 29 September 2022
NRCDV will host the National Call for Unity to kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2022 on September 30th, 2022 at 2pm Eastern / 11am Pacific. This year's call centers on the theme for DVAM 2022, No Survivor Justice Without Racial Justice: Cultivating Joy Towards Liberation.
Tuesday, 27 September 2022
UPCOMING TRAINING September 27, 2022 | 2pm Eastern / 11am Pacific During this session led by Mothyna James-Brightful, participants will explore audience engagement through storytelling. Using a storytelling framework to shift an audience from interested to invested. 

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