THANK YOU to everyone who participated in DVAM this year! Below are some pictures of some of our local partners.
Amador County District Attorney’s Office * Amador County Probation Department * Amador County Sheriff’s Office * ATCAA * CHP-Amador * First 5 * Gold Country Auto * Hook’d * Ione Market * Ione PD * Jackson Police Department * Jamba Juice * Motherlode Deli * Senior Center * Sierra Wind * TANF * Umpqua * Victim Witness…and many more!
Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) was launched nationwide in October 1987 as a way to connect and unite individuals and organizations working on domestic violence issues while raising awareness for those issues.
Operation Care is taking a stand against domestic violence and reminding our community that there are still countless people–victims and survivors, their children and families, their friends and family, their communities–impacted by domestic violence. #takeastand #WeAreResilient
Throughout the month, Operation Care is providing various businesses throughout the county DVAM boxes to gain support in “Taking a Stand”. Help support healthy relationships by wearing purple bracelets, pins and ribbons during the month of October.
Amador County TAKE A STAND against Domestic Violence!
Throughout the month, Operation Care will be placing baskets at various businesses throughout the county to gain support in “Taking a Stand”. Help support healthy relationships by wearing purple bracelets, pins and ribbons during the month of October.
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“A person cannot abuse the men, women, and children in our community and think that we will turn away. We WILL take a stand, and we encourage survivors to tell their stories so that together we can stop the abuse. We cannot lose another life because of domestic violence. As a community we must ALL TAKE A STAND.”
Executive Director, Operation Care