Amador County is Turning Purple! October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Operation Care staff kicks off Domestic Violence Awareness Month
(some have even colored their hair purple!)
Back row: Andrew, Bruce, Lisa, Glorya, Natalie
Front row: Barbara, Kelly, Ashley, Janet, Tammie
Amador County is Turning Purple!
Local Agencies Support Operation Care's Domestic Violence Awareness Month Campaign to TURN AMADOR COUNTY PURPLE.
Photo (Clockwise from top): Pat Porto, Denise Cloward, Tonya Kraft, Marilyn Dodge, Bruce Giudici, Callee Lanier, Sharon Lewis, Betty Mann, Joan Finney, Marianne Jim, Virginia Manner, and Chloe Atwater of ATCAA, Amy Drake and Harla Ward of Victim Witness, Chief Morrison and Karly Hernandez of Jackson PD, Amador County Sheriff Martin Ryan, Officer Rego, Chief Busby, & Sergeant Arnold of Ione PD.
October is nationally recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
During the month of October, Amador County is turning PURPLE. Domestic Violence Awareness Month is nationally recognized in October, and Operation Care is striving to reduce the incidents of intimate partner violence and to promote healthy relationships. We are "Turning Amador County Purple" to raise awareness that as a community, every one of us has a responsibility to stand with survivors, and stop the cycle of violence...
" We hope to rally our community against domestic violence, while showing some good old-fashioned Amador County pride. We hope everyone will support healthy relationships by wearing purple bracelets, pins and ribbons during the month of October."
Prevention and Outreach Supervisor
Help Turn Amador County PURPLE!
Throughout the month, Operation Care will be placing baskets at various businesses throughout the county to gain support in "Turning Amador County Purple". Help support healthy relationships by wearing purple bracelets, pins and ribbons during the month of October.
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Created by California Partnership to End Domestic Violence