To find a DVAM event in your area, please contact your local domestic violence program.

 

 
Let’s show the nation that California is united in our resolve to end domestic violence. Join the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence (The Partnership) for Domestic Violence Awareness Month this October, and help us turn the Golden State purple!

We’ve all seen unprecedented attention around domestic violence in the news over the last few weeks. This prompted a 37% spike in calls from California victims seeking assistance from the National Domestic Violence Hotline between September 7th and 8th.

Our colleagues have said that in 40 years, this is perhaps the largest and most public discussion we’ve seen. Let’s keep the conversation going and work together on solutions to this public health crisis, which affects all of us.

Football players—and all athletes—can play a powerful role in modeling healthy relationships--and so can you.

Take the #InterceptDV Challenge:

 




We can each commit to #InterceptDV by taking the challenge. Partnership staff and members have kicked off the campaign with some interceptions!


 
Additional #InterceptDV Activities:
 Invite local teams to participate and take the #InterceptDV Challenge
             Colleges & Universities
             High School athletics
             Pop Warner & Pee Wee leagues
 Send out a media alert about your #InterceptDV activities (see sample media alert)
 Visit our Facebook and Twitter pages and share our posts/Tweets about the #InterceptDV Campaign
 Share our graphics
             The Golden State Turns Purple
             The #InterceptDV Challenge
                The Partnership's Logo
 Ask your local government to light up City Hall in purple
 Wear and disseminate purple ribbons throughout the month of October
 Write a letter to the editor or an Op-Ed about domestic violence intervention, prevention or healing
 
 
About the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
The Partnership is the federally recognized State Domestic Violence Coalition for California, representing domestic violence organizations and advocates statewide, united in their commitment to safety and healing. We believe that by working together to raise our united voices, we are stronger. Together, we are creating a California free from domestic violence.

 

Members of the Partnership united to end domestic violence in California!
 

Do you have questions about the Partnership’s #InterceptDV Campaign?
Contact Jessica Merrill, Communications & Development Manager,
at (916) 444-7163 x118 or Jessica@cpedv.org.