ZeroV supports survivors
of violence.

ZeroV’s mission is to abolish the social conditions and systems that spark, enable, and amplify intimate partner violence and to create communities where all Kentuckians can live and thrive in safety and peace.

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ZeroV supports survivors of violence.

ZeroV’s mission is to abolish the social conditions and systems that spark, enable, and amplify intimate partner violence and to create communities where all Kentuckians can live and thrive in safety and peace.

Get Involved

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We Are ZeroV

Through advocacy, awareness, prevention, and action, and working together, as a Kentucky united against violence, we can get the violence in our Commonwealth to zero.

We advocate. We support. We mobilize.

We educate. We empower. We believe.

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Our Team is Growing.

If you or someone you know is looking for fulfilling work, ZeroV is seeking passionate, motivated professionals for various roles that help to get the violence in our state to ZERO. Current positions include:
  • SENIOR PROGRAM SPECIALIST - SYSTEMS RESPONSE TRAINER
  • TEAM LEADER - EDUCATION, ACCOUNTABILITY, AND CHANGE (EAC) PROGRAM
  • SENIOR PROGRAM SPECIALIST - ACCOUNTING/FINANCE

Check out our Job Opportunities today!

 

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Policy Center

ZeroV champions the dignity, worthiness, safety, and wellbeing of survivors, through our policy work and advocacy. Learn more about the issues affecting survivors and ways to partner with us to create meaningful change.

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Resources

ZeroV provides technical assistance and trainings to its member programs, strategic partners, and community members statewide. ZeroV participates in events to advocate for and support survivors.

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Mandatory Education and Referral Information for Professionals

Kentucky’s Law on Mandatory Education and Referral for Domestic and Dating Violence KRS Chapter 209A was enacted to identify victims of domestic and dating violence and abuse, to link victims to services and to provide protective or therapeutic services for those who choose to accept them.

Read about KRS Chapter 209A

Kentucky has 15 designated shelter programs that provide state-mandated services to all 120 counties in the Commonwealth

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ZeroV's coalition supports Kentucky's 15-regional Domestic Violence Programs, providing free, confidential residential services and non-residential services to survivors of intimate partner violence.

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Become a Zero Hero

ZeroV is powered by people, empowering survivors. Give the gift of empowerment by joining our team of Zero Heroes. Whether making a donation, sponsoring a project, or implementing our Everyday Advocacy tools, your partnership creates pathways forward for survivors across Kentucky.