October is Awareness Month of Action for Domestic Violence and as Dani from the YWCA put it so simply, "Domestic Violence/Gender Violence is 100% Preventable" So, how can we take action?

The Month of October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The full interview with Debbie Brockman Program Manager of Aspen Victim Advocacy Center, a Community Sexual Assault Program in the Crime Victims Center through Comprehensive Healthcare for over four years and working with victims for 27 years. Dani, President of the YWCA and Community Outreach Program with the YWCA for 9 years.

What's the One Thing You Want Everyone to Know?

"Every one of us, every single one of us can play a part in ending domestic violence and sexual violence. We can do that by getting involved, learning more about domestic violence, and sharing resources, a phone number" Debbie

Aspen Victim Advocacy Center 24-Hour Hotline 509-452-9675

Always answered by a live person that's been trained to assess and assist with what's next in regards to assaults and gathering the important information safely and quickly.

Dani, from the YWCA, shares the following everywhere all the time

"100% of us are in relationships all the time and 100% of us do unhealthy things already, we just often don't acknowledge it."  #everyonedeservesahealthyrelationship

Domestic Violence and Any Form of Gender Violence is 100% Preventable

So during this Awareness Month of Action how can you take action? By being aware and knowing your surrounding community resources, ASPEN and YWCA.

24-Hour Hotline for All Victims of Domestic Violence, Needing Assistance with Getting Help call 509-248-7796 option 3 to speak directly to an advocate 

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