The National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NCALL) is a project of End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence.  NCALL is committed to creating a world that respects the dignity of older adults and enhances the safety and quality of life of older victims and survivors of abuse.

Mission

We engage communities to foster a collaborative, inclusive, survivor-centered response to abuse in later life.

Vision

Society respects older adults, and communities work collaboratively to ensure their dignity and safety.

Values

NCALL is:
Survivor-Informed
  • We respect the autonomy of older survivors.
  • We center the voices of older survivors in our work.
Equitable & Just
  • We recognize the differential impact of institutional oppressions on older survivors from marginalized communities.
  • We promote responses that meaningfully include all older survivors in creating more just and equitable systems.
Collaborative
  • We believe collaboration can be an effective response to the complexities of abuse in later life cases.
  • We advocate for individuals, organizations, communities and systems to work together to address abuse in later life.

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Our Work
To learn more about our work with the OVW Abuse in Later Life Grant Program and the National Resource Center for Reaching Victims, please continue reading.
History
To learn more about the history of NCALL, please continue reading below.
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