PublicationsThe work of the Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence (LCADV) builds upon a 35 year history of groundbreaking achievements and movement leadership. We share our Annual Reports to demonstrate our continued progress and commitment to ending domestic violence through education, public policy, resource development, technical assistance, systems advocacy, and social change.

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Annual Reports 

2018 saw amazing progress in Louisiana’s efforts to end domestic violence. From statewide implementation of firearm prohibitions on abusers to the launch of the coalition’s Survivor Stability Fund, the Louisiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s (LCADV) work has been innovative, groundbreaking, and impactful. Click Annual Report 2018 to read about our 2018 achievements. 

Please click Annual Report 2017  to see all of the remarkable achievements LCADV was able to accomplish in 2017. 

2017 Statewide Needs Assessment

This report provides an analysis of select aspects of domestic violence response in Louisiana, supplements information available from other sources, and identifies significant areas of remaining need in our state’s domestic violence response. It is meant to give a voice to domestic violence survivors as it relates to their experience navigating various systems. It is presented in a detailed format that can be used as a reference document for planning purposes. See the full report and appendices here.


This report, prepared in response to HCR 86 of the 2011 regular legislative session, discusses findings and recommendations relative to the status of domestic abuse intervention programming in Louisiana. Download the report here.