[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Caption: The Center Against Domestic Violence, a pioneer in providing shelter and services for abused women and children in New York City, held its Thirtieth Anniversary Gala Benefit at the Hilton New York honoring James P.
What does CADV stand for?
CADV stands for Center against Domestic Violence (Brooklyn, NY)
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We have 4 other meanings of CADV in our Acronym Attic
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- Contamination Avoidance Detector Test Suite (project; US DoD)
- Campaign Against Depleted Uranium (UK)
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- Cardiovascular Associates of the Delaware Valley (Haddon Heights, NJ)
- Child and Adolescent Development
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- Combined Alternate Data Voice
- Commission against Domestic Violence (Tacoma, WA)
- Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture (Baltimore, MD)
- Coalition Against Domestic Violence - Nassau County (New York; also seen as NCCADV)
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- Command Area Development and Water Management
- California Department of Water Resources
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Samples in periodicals archive:
One in every three women will be physically assaulted by a partner, and every year, 10 million children experience domestic violence in their homes," said Judith Kahan, chief executive officer of the Center Against Domestic Violence in Brooklyn, N.
James Stuckey, Executive Vice President of Commercial Development at Forest City Ratner Companies and President of the Board of Directors of the Center Against Domestic Violence (left), greets students in the Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAPP) that the Center runs at the Springfield Gardens High School in Queens.
She is a member of WX, the Real Estate Board of New York and the Center Against Domestic Violence.