Center for Advancing Domestic Peace, Inc.

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  • Thank you to all who joined us!

    The Center sends a special thank you to our 150+ guests who braved a snow storm to support our work at our 10th Anniversary Gala on March 1st. Although the storm challenged the Stan Mansion's valet your good will won out. Thanks for joining in our fun-filled event and your on-going support of the Center's important work. Click on the picture to the left for photos!

  • Run Domestic Violence Out of Town!

    Help Charlie and our team of runners to Run Domestic Violence Out of Town on Sunday, October 12, 2014.Guaranteed slots are available starting March 5th!

  • On behalf of our staff, volunteers, and Board of Directors, the Center for Advancing Domestic Peace wishes to thank you for your interest in our work. We are excited and encouraged by the progress we have made in the our first ten years, including developent of strengths-based intervention and our innovative case management program.

  • Beliefs and Skills for Domestic Peace

    We offer our Beliefs and Skills for Domestic Peace program at a variety of locations in Chicago. Services conducted in Spanish are also offered.

  • Community Outreach

    Through the Community Outreach and Education program, the Center allies with community leaders and stakeholders, survivors of domestic violence, and women and men committed to non-violence and mutually respectful intimate relationships.


The mission of Center for Advancing Domestic Peace is to end the destructive cycles of emotional, sexual, and physical domestic abuse through comprehensive, culturally responsive direct service, community education, and research.

Are you running in the 2014 Bank of America Chicago Marathon?

Do you know someone who is planning to run?

You have one more week to join our team and help Run Domestic Violence Out of Town!

Join our team - to learn more click on the picture below - fill out the form and a representative will contact you

about registering for a guaranteed slot - you won't have to enter the lottery!

Our team offers coaching, runner support, fundraising support and more -

The  sign-up process for guaranteed slots or lottery participation ends next Monday, April 7th - sign up now!



The Center for Advancing Domestic Peace is has been approved by the Illinois Certified Domestic Violence Professionals, Inc (ICDVP, the certification board for Domestic Violence Professionals in Illinois) as a Certified Training Site for the 20-hour training on Partner Abuse Intervention for Group Co-Facilitators.  

This training is needed in order to co-facilitate Partner Abuse Intervention Groups that are recognized in Illinois under a protocol established and monitored by the Illinois Department of Human Services.

This training is also a requirement for persons who wish to be certified as CPAIP (Certified Partner Abuse Intervention Professionals) by the ICDVP, Inc. 

Family Rescue, Inc.
9204 S. Commerical Avenue, Room 213
Chicago, IL 60617
(Charter One Bank Building, 92nd & Commerical - Parking in bank lot)

Opening Session:       Friday, May 9, 2014 from 11:30 AM until 5:30 PM
Session Two:             Saturday, May 10 2014 from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Session Three (final):  Saturday, May 17, 2014 from 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM.

The cost of the training is $150.00 - Other arrangements may be available for victims services partner agencies. You may pay your fee by credit card through the "Donate" button on this website and then send your contact information through the contact link below. You may also send a check to CADP, Inc. 813 S. Western Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625.  Checks should be made payable to CADP,  Inc. and note that the check is for the training. Light breakfast items, snacks and beverages will be provided. Lunch on Saturdays will be on your own - we will provide a list of nearby restaurants.

All necessary materials will be provided.  Please let us know if you wish to enroll in this training.  If you do, please go to the Contact Us link on this website 

For more information, please call us at 312-265-0206. Thank you!

"Everyone Has a Role in Helping End Domestic Violence."

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