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January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month AND Stalking Awareness Month (SAM). You can find resources including toolkits, video trainings, and posters from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Blue Campaign or visit SPARC (Stalking Prevention, Awareness & Resource Center) for more information on the signs of stalking and infographics to share and raise awareness.

Stalking often takes place within abusive relationships and can occur during a relationship, after the relationship ends, or both. If you are a victim of stalking and need services, please visit our list of service programs  to find an advocate in your community.

We’re Hiring!

The Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (MCADSV), a non-profit operating in Helena, Montana, is seeking a full time Staff Attorney for our Sexual Assault Legal Services (SALS) program. Please see the job announcement for further information. Baseline salary for the position is $55,000/year (negotiable based on experience) and a generous benefit package is provided to all employees.

The SALS Staff Attorney is the lead staff person responsible for providing holistic, comprehensive, direct civil legal services to victims of sexual assault throughout Montana. This is a grant funded position currently funded through September 2020 with the possibility of future funding. Being licensed to practice law in Montana is a requirement for the position. For more information about SALS please click here. A more detailed job description is available by request.

To apply send a letter of interest, resume and proof of license to practice in Montana. Applications must be submitted by email to mtcoalition@mcadsv.com. Applications are due by Friday, January 24th at 5:00pm. Position open until filled.

What’s New?

  • If you are interested in donating to MCADSV, please click the link below. Donations are made secure via Stripe.
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MCADSV does not provide direct services. If you are in immediate danger, call 911 and ask for emergency assistance. Otherwise, please contact your local program to learn about their services.