Florida Partnership to End Domestic Violence
The Florida Partnership to End Domestic Violence (FPEDV) is Florida’s new federally recognized Domestic Violence Coalition. Our mission is to eliminate domestic violence by promoting safe families and communities through empowerment-based advocacy; providing technical assistance to centers and providers; and engaging in systems and social change.
FPEDV is committed to upholding the highest ethical standards for fiscal accountability and program effectiveness serving women, men and children who are survivors of domestic violence in every Florida County.
What We Do
FPEDV member organizations are the experts on domestic violence and delivering services efficiently
and effectively. FPEDV provides essential support to members through training, technical assistance,
advocacy and education based on experience serving Florida communities for more than 40 years and
drawing on national networks and resources.
As the federally designated coalition, FPEDV:
- Provides education, support and technical assistance for DV service providers to effectively operate emergency shelter and supportive services for survivors of domestic violence and their dependents.
- Serves as an information clearinghouse, primary point of contact, and resource center on domestic violence in the state of Florida; follows and provides updates on relevant national developments.
- Supports the development of policies, protocols and procedures to enhance domestic violence intervention and prevention in Florida.
- Works cooperatively with all related state and federal agencies to provide the highest level of safety and services to adult and children survivors of domestic violence.