US National Domestic Abuse Hotline: 1(800) 799-7233
Guyana National Domestic Abuse Hotline: 011-592-227-3454 or 225-4731

Reach a CADVA representative:
US 917-399-5764
US 407-404-0331
Guyana 011-592-682-2292

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The mission of CADVA, INC. is to provide a safe environment where individuals and communities can share and receive information to help combat domestic violence.

We do this by building the platform for our Caribbean communities through dialogue forums and breakout sessions against domestic violence through education and public awareness campaigns.

CADVA, INC. will leave a legacy and a roadmap for any one person who thinks he or she cannot make a difference.

CADVA is a registered 501(c)(3) Non-Profit, Tax Exempt Public Charity Organization Registered April 7, 2011 in Florida, United States.

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We at CADVA, INC. are dedicated to being a true non-profit organization. That means we always provide:

  • Full disclosure on financial contribution and spending.You will see at a glance where donated funds are spent, how much and the balance in the fund on a regular basis
  • Full disclosure on each of our representatives. The community will know each person and what they bring to CADVA, INC.
  • No funds from this organization will be used towards personal benefits. Ever.
  • CADVA, INC. will engage an independent auditor annually. Audit reports and findings will be published on this site.
  • An independent oversight committee will be formed and their report published on this site.

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CADVA appeals to Police Force to reopen case of missing mother
iNEWS Guyana


November 5, 2014 4:09 pm By Tracey Khan – Drakes [] – An application to reopen the cold case for missing mother of one, Babita Sarjou, will be made to the Guyana Police Force by Caribbean American Domestic Violence Awareness Association (CADVA) and Caribbean One Billion Rising Movement, as they seek to have the matter […]

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Tiffany Jackson: Using a traumatic experience to help others
Stabroek News


NOVEMBER 9, 2014 · BY OLUATOYIN ALLEYNE Thirty-two-year-old Tiffany Jackson is a fighter, and has used the most traumatic experience of her life as a catalyst to assist in her work of helping victims of domestic violence. Four years after her face was bashed in with a beer bottle, resulting in a huge scar […]

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