Domestic Violence Awareness


October is nationally recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

This year, the Golden State of California is Turning Purple! This statewide campaign, sponsored by California Partnership to End Domestic Violence ( strives to get communities engaged and aware that domestic violence is not only a “family issue” but also a “community issue”. Operation Care is asking everyone in Amador County to take a stand against domestic violence, and help turn the Golden State purple…read full press release



cycle3D Break the Cycle Exhibit

Visit our 3D Break the Cycle Exhibit and learn about of the effects of domestic violence on individuals, families, and community. Take a stand against domestic violence by visiting this comprehensive and informative exhibit.

Exhibit hours are 9am – 5pm October 3rd through 7th and October 17th through 21st. The exhibit is located at the Health & Human Services Building, 10877 Conductor Blvd., Sutter Creek in Conference Room D… Click for MAP




Join the fight to end domestic violence & sexual assault with your license plate!

Ordering your California Says NO MORE license plate is as easy as 1,2,3!

Quick, go write down your license plate number! You can join the fight against sexual assault and domestic violence by ordering a CA Says No More license plate! Help fund domestic violence and sexual assault with your license plate! Pre-order the California Says NO MORE License plate and help us reach our goal of 500 in one week!… Learn More



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Help Turn the Golden State PURPLE!

Throughout the month, Operation Care will be placing baskets at various businesses throughout the county to gain support in “Turning the Golden State Purple”. Help support healthy relationships by wearing purple bracelets, pins and ribbons during the month of October.