Marin’s Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (Marin CCR) Network is hosted by the Marin County District Attorney’s Office and the Center for Domestic Peace. It is a voluntary group that is open to the public that inspires participants to learn about data, research, and best practices in addressing domestic violence, so we can better serve the people with whom we work, and so that knowledge can be transferred back to institutions for adoption. Our premise is that coordination and integration of justice systems, human services and advocacy responses to domestic violence should reduce its occurrence.
Marin CCR members are called upon to galvanize their organizations and professions into action that promotes safety and mutual respect in relationships and reduces the number of domestic violence crimes in Marin.
Our vision is for Marin CCR participants to become “Liaison Leaders” with the training they need to ensure that domestic violence and sexual assault policies, protocols, and procedures are in place and colleagues are trained. This way victims receive assistance from the ever-widening ‘safety net’ we are building – that is the Marin CCR. As victims reach out, our goal is that they are met with a coordinated response that increases their safety and links them from one support to the next.
Click here to see Directory of Marin County services for domestic violence and sexual assault victims and their families.
Click here for Marin CCR Resource Page.