Core Values

In carrying out our mission, interacting with our volunteers, donors, GBAS program applicants and Foundation staff, the AACDCF embraces the following values:

Integrity: We approach all situations and stakeholders with respect, transparency, and we uphold the highest level of moral and ethical standards. We respect the confidential nature of our GBAS patient work and actively strive to protect program applicant information.

Generosity: Our success depends on the generosity of our volunteers and supporters. We foster a culture that honors and recognizes those who make our work possible.  

Peace: We believe that everyone deserves to live a life that is free of danger and violence. While we work to heal the effects of domestic violence, we also strive to promote awareness about domestic violence in hopes of stopping it. 

GBAS Program Recipient

GBAS Program Recipient

Compassion: We have a strong desire to provide our services in a caring and empathic manner by actively working toward understanding what our program applicants have survived.

Compliance: We recognize that the organization operates in a regulated environment by virtue of its tax exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and are conscious of the need to comply with the constraints and obligations of that status.