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What is Your Community Planning for Domestic Violence Awareness Month?
Prevention Peer Network

Webinar Prevention Peer NetworkSeptember 20, 2018

The Partnership’s statewide Domestic Violence Awareness Month campaign, Getting Back to Our Roots: The Personal Is Political, debuted on August 22nd! We invite you to get involved in our campaign, which seeks to get out the vote and educate voters by:

• Informing Californians about the issues impacting survivors
• Mobilizing communities to ask questions of candidates, so they can learn about how they plan to address domestic
violence
• Encouraging Californians to vote—and specifically provide information for survivors to vote safely through California’s
Safe at Home Program

As October approaches, we want to also hear from you! Prevention teams from DOVES of Big Bear Valley and Center for Domestic Peace will be sharing their upcoming plans, and previous campaigns. We invite you to join us for a conversation as we dive deeply into strategies that support survivors, families, and communities as they work to prevent and end domestic violence.

San Diego Domestic Violence Council shared their DVAM Kick-off Event: https://www.facebook.com/sandiegoDVcouncil/

House of Ruth shared their upcoming Candle Light Vigil and more: https://www.facebook.com/HouseofRuthClaremont

YWCA Silicon Valley shared they are partnering with the OneLove Foundation Pets vs. Partners Campaign: http://www.petsvspartners.com/

and more!

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