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SADVC Board of Directors Accepting Applications

SADVC is seeks passionate and qualified professionals interested in ending violence in their community.

The Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Center (SADVC) of Yolo County is now accepting new membership on its Board of Directors. We are seeking passionate and qualified candidates to serve on the board.

SADVC’s board of directors is responsible for guidance and oversight of the agency’s affairs, including planning, policy development, resource development, financial oversight, and ensuring that the organization is addressing its mission of ending violence in Yolo County. The board of directors meets no less than 10 times annually, and board members are expected to actively participate on at least one board committee.

The board is seeking a diverse mix of community members, representing various backgrounds, sectors, and proficiencies. Previous board experience is not required. Those interested in serving and providing board leadership for a dynamic nonprofit organization should submit an application to SADVC's board President, Anna Del Castillo-Vernon. Board Application here.



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The Center has service sites and staff within the Davis Police Department, West Sacramento Police Department, Woodland Police Department and at the Yolo County Sheriff's Department. 

The administrative offices and primary counseling services are located in Woodland.

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Our Mission: To eliminate sexual assault and domestic violence through sensitive prevention, intervention, and treatment.  

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Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Center is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, color, sex, religion, nation origin, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, veteran status, sexual orientation or preference, gender identity and expression, or physical or mental disability.

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