The Office of Gender-Based Violence in the School of Social Work at ASU works to make a difference in the lives of gender-based violence survivors in Arizona and worldwide.
We do this by focusing on whom we include and how they succeed
Educating and training students and community members through our AmeriCorps Survivor Link Programs and Domestic Violence Certificates
Developing and disseminating impactful, community-embedded research.
Our team consists of ASU faculty, staff, students and volunteers. Together with community partners, grass-roots organizations, social workers, and survivors, we aim to reimagine interventions for those affected by gender-based violence.
The ASU Domestic Violence Certificate is offered through the School of Social Work and is available for all in person ASU undergraduate and graduate students interested in gaining expertise specific to domestic and sexual violence.
The Office of Gender-Based Violence is reimagining interventions and support for those affected by gender-based violence. The aims are to incorporate the following four aims to improve research and community collaborations to end gender-based violence in our communities.