We promote social change that transforms societal attitudes, practices and policies to prevent and eliminate domestic violence, abuse and oppression.
We envision communities fully mobilized to ensure the safety and dignity of all.
Social Justice and Change: we value the dignity of every human being and are committed to taking an inter-sectional approach in understanding and addressing the root causes of racial, gendered, economic, and all other forms of oppression in the fight for equity and to end abuse.
Collaboration: collaboration is vital to our work within the organization and with member programs and strategic partners. It is only through collaboration that the best resources; new and shifting perspectives; and true innovations are uncovered.
Empowerment: we are committed to supporting survivors, advocates, staff, individuals and communities to reach their fullest potential, supporting and strengthening their voices at work and in their daily lives.
Dignity and Autonomy: survivor dignity, safety and autonomy are at the heart of all we do at End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin.
Leadership: we strive to serve as a model for survivor-centered and values-based organizational leadership. We adopt organizational policies or position statements that support our ideals of collaboration, social justice and positive social change. We hold ourselves accountable for the commitments we make to ourselves, our colleagues, our partners and the larger community of survivors.