​Alliance Against Family Violence​​

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  1. 24/7 Crisis Hotline
    If you need us, we're here for you. AAFV Crisis Line: 913-682-9131 Toll Free: 800-644-1441 Our advocates can provide information and resources, help you create a safety plan, and always speak to you confidentially.
  2. Get Involved
    We are a nonprofit organization and we rely on the support of our community. Donations and volunteers are very important to us. Our shelter has an ongoing needs list, and you can also donate monetarily through this website.
  3. Be Safe
    Computer and phone use can be monitored. Many abusers use technology as a way to track the location and obtain personal information on those they abuse. Always call 911 if you think you are in danger.
About AAFV
The AAFV is the first and only agency in Leavenworth County that provides direct services to the victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. We provide multiple programs to better serve victims. Some services we provide: 24 Crisis Line, Emergency Shelter, Police Response Advocacy, Court Advocacy, Sexual Assault Advocacy, Child Forensic Interviews, food, clothing, transitional housing, support groups, and outreach services to the community.

The mission of the Alliance Against Family Violence (AAFV) is to offer programs which provide safety and security for members of the communities in which we serve. While we provide services for all, we are especially dedicated to those who are most vulnerable in our society. The AAFV is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to facilitating and empowering positive change in the lives of those affected by domestic and sexual violence, child abuse and neglect.

Our goal is to raise awareness about family violence, community resources, and AAFV programs. Follow this website, our blog, and our social media pages to keep informed about current events and learn how you can be a part of our initiative to reach those who need support. We are a non-profit organization and rely on volunteers and donations to keep our services and programs running smoothly. There are many different ways to lend a helping hand!

Family violence is a big problem in every community. Awareness is crucial. Get involved by learning more about the facts, the resources, and the warning signs. Whether it's your neighbor, friend, family member, or stranger....please, get involved!

Read more on our Blog

2017 "NO MORE" Challenge & Fundraiser

The AAFV is participating in a fundraising challenge through April 11, 2017 which raises money for organizations that support domestic and sexual violence.

If you would like to support our campaign, please go to our campaign page by clicking on the link to the right. We appreciate any support you can offer, even if it's simply to share our campaign page to help us get the word out that we are raising money for this very important cause!

When you donate to this fundraiser, you are directly helping and making a difference in the lives of women, children, and families affected by domestic and sexual violence in our community. We thank you for supporting our mission to reach the most vulnerable members of society by providing programs and services that offer safety and security to survivors of violence.

Volunteers Make Things BRIGHTER!!

At the end of February, volunteers from the Leavenworth Leadership Program painted and decorated some of the rooms in our shelter. The result? A brighter and cheerier place for our residential survivors!

The AAFV would like to thank the following people for making a difference:

Brett McClure
D.M. Whitecotton
Don Stubbings
Kelly Grimsnik
Camalla Leonard
Beth Mattox
Daniel Stufflebaum
Sarah Bodensteiner
Paige Kenton

A little paint, a LOT of heart. Thank you, volunteers!

It can happen to anyone.
Domestic violence can happen to anyone of any race, age, sexual orientation, religion, or gender.
It can happen to couples who are married, living together, or who are dating. Domestic violence affects people of all socioeconomic backgrounds and education levels.