The Board of Directors
Our directors come from a wide range of backgrounds including Academic, Religious , Community Development and Corporate Management. They are elected to the Board each year.

Our Part Timers:
Ten staff are employed in DVR on a part time basis. They include counsellors, advocacy workers, clerical and administrative staff. The work is overseen by a Coordinator.

Our Volunteers:
We run training programmes for volunteers who deliver day-to-day clerical services for DVR. Other volunteers are involved in fundraising and public awareness raising for the project.
WHO WE ARE
D.V.R. is a rural-based community-led project responding to the issue of domestic violence in County Galway. The project is managed by the board of directors and a management committee and employs ten part-time workers.

D.V.R. receives its core funding from the HSE and The Commission for the Support of Victims of Crime’

OUR AIMS
Our aim is to identify and respond to the needs of women and children in County Galway who are subjected to violence and abuse in the home. We aim to develop long-term responses that work towards the elimination of domestic violence.
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Our work is prioritised under the following areas:
Support for women and children who are subjected to abuse in the home.

Prevention, Education and Awareness work.
Services for Women and Children
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