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Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic violence continues when we are silent. In 2014, 31 people in Oregon were killed by perpetrators of domestic violence1. "We are helpless to change the course of this violence unless and until we achieve a national consensus that it deserves our public outrage." - Joe Biden1

Join us this October as we raise our voices in public outrage at the lives destroyed by domestic violence. Everyone can play a part. Starting a conversation about this issue can help raise awareness to show domestic violence is not tolerated in our community.

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Ways to support survivors/CARDV this October (and beyond):

For questions, or if you need more information on any of the above activities call 541-758-0219 x302 or email us.

1 http://ocadsv.org/sites/default/files/New_DVFRT2014Report.pdf