Domestic Violence

NCJW advances the well-being and status of women by working for laws, policies and programs that protect every woman and child from all forms of abuse, exploitation, harassment, and violence.

Upcoming Community Service, Programs, and Advocacy


    Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (AVDA): AVDA, established by NCJW GHS in 1980, provides a unique blend of services including advocacy, legal representation, a batterers’ intervention counseling program, and community education and outreach. The NCJW GHS Client Emergency Assistance Fund provides unrestricted funds so that AVDA can address the full range of needs for all who utilize their services and continue its goal of turning victims into survivors.

    Learn more at or contact to learn about NCJW GHS’ involvement.

    You can see a video of testimonials HERE.

    Camp Victory: 
    Camp Victory Texas, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded to make a positive difference in the lives of sexually abused children, ages seven to sixteen. Thousands of girls are sexually abused every year in the United States which profoundly changes their lives. The goal of the program is to create a safe environment in the form of a three-day camp where survivors can play and sing, know that they are neither alone nor responsible for what happened to them, and develop self-affirming behavior along with appropriate and effective social coping skills.

    Each year, the Houston branch of NCJW organizes a half-day of reunion, fun, and relaxation for child survivors of sexual abuse and their counselors who attended Camp Victory Texas.  Learn more about Camp Victory at