October is nationally recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
October 2018 – Amador County –
This year, 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.
“We all need to take a stand. It needs to be more shameful to be an abuser than to be a victim”, said Tammie Crabtree, Executive Director of Operation Care. Survivors of domestic violence have traditionally been quiet and sometimes ashamed about their abuse, while onlookers tend to turn away when witnessing abusive behavior…
Help Amador County TAKE A STAND against Domestic Violence!
Created by California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
“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