Family Violence Prevention & Services Act (H.R. 2119)
Tell Your Member: Cosponsor and Pass FVPSA Today!
Since its original passage in 1984, FVPSA has served over 1.3 million domestic violence victims and their children during one of the most vulnerable points in their lives. FVPSA provides critical funding that survivors rely on for domestic violence services such as housing, emergency shelter, transportation, childcare, and medical and legal counseling. Survivors and their families cannot wait for Congress to reauthorize this critical legislation!
JOIN US: Tell Congress It’s time to take action to reauthorize FVPSA that includes increased funding for current programs in addition to new investments for prevention and marginalized survivors.