Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence

Service Provider Resources


Serving Survivors of Sexual Assault
Serving LGBTQ+ Survivors: Listening Session (Advocates – Evening)
August 31, 2023 6:00 pm
Responding to Disclosures of Violence: Creating Safer Communities 1 Conversation at a Time
August 31, 2023 10:00 am
Serving LGBTQ+ Survivors: Listening Session (Community Members – Evening)
August 30, 2023 6:00 pm
Serving LGBTQ+ Survivors: Listening Session (Community Members – Daytime)
August 30, 2023 10:00 am
Community Coordination of Care Initiative
August 29, 2023 9:00 am
Supporting Deaf Youth and Deaf Youth with Disabilities in Rural Communities, Part 2
August 7, 2023 11:30 am

What We Do

The Idaho Coalition is working to reclaim our connection to our own and each other’s humanity, and to create the foundation for collective liberation and thriving by embodying these four approaches across our organizational work.

The Idaho Coalition strives to embody new ways of being — how we do our work is as important as what we do. We are committed to the safety and healing of survivors impacted by gender violence and to human-centered ways of being as a nonprofit organization. Our commitment to the safety and healing for survivors of gender violence is in partnership with our essential community and tribal domestic and sexual violence program members, organizational members, and partners.

Who We Are

Our Mission
Centering wholeness and collective liberation and moving toward beloved communities and collective thriving free from gender violence and systemic oppression.
Our Values
  1. Compassion
  2. Interconnection
  3. Lead Boldly
  4. Social Equity
  5. Collective Liberation
Our Strategic Priorities
  1. Communities Most Impacted + Community-Centered Solutions
  2. Transforming Our Response to Violence: Safety, Healing + Resilience
  3. Transformative Cultural Shift Toward Collective Thriving
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    Support & Security

    The Idaho Coalition is a membership organization for advocates and programs. In some situations, we can provide free civil legal services to people who have experienced sexual assault, but we cannot provide direct services to survivors.

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