The DVSAC logo image reaches out on many levels. The sun represents permanence, strength and hope as a new day begins. The rays of the sun reach out embracing the Virgin Islands. The circle demonstrates continuity and support. The rings indicate depth. The colors chosen represent national colors associated with both domestic violence and sexual assault organizations. The colors have been bumped up only slightly in intensity to instill an island flavor.
DVSAC began in 1986 on St. Croix, as a result of the first Domestic Violence Conference held in the Territory. Since that time, we have expanded efforts on all three islands. To achieve our mission, we have: