October is Domestic Violence Awareness and Action Month. Learn about the resources available to help everyone in our Alaska communitiesOctober 20, 2020
Visit ANTHC’s Healthy Relationships webpage to see regional resource guides and contact information if communities or organizations are interested in learning more about how to partner with ANTHC.
|Nearly three out of four Americans personally know someone who is or has been a victim of domestic violence. We can help our family, friends and community members address domestic violence by learning about programs and services available across Alaska during October’s Domestic Violence Awareness and Action Month.|
We can let people know they aren’t alone when facing domestic and sexual violence. ANTHC’s Domestic Violence Prevention Program partners with multiple statewide and regional partners to identify resources.
Visit ANTHC’s Healthy Relationships webpage to see regional resource guides and contact information if communities or organizations are interested in learning more about how to partner with ANTHC. This website is a safe, secure space. If you are in need of immediate assistance, call the domestic violence crisis line at 800-799-SAFE (7233) or 911.
ANTHC also produced a video public service announcement to let our communities know the importance of supporting each other. The video is currently airing television and social media during October. You can view the spot at www.anthc.org/notalone.
October’s Domestic Violence Awareness and Action Month is an important reminder to support survivors and empower people to speak out against domestic violence.
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