Turn Orange County Purple for Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Help us #TurnOCPurple this October! 0
26.3% of Orange County women, as well as 40% in the state of California, report experiencing violence by an intimate partner.
 
Give survivors hope by turning Orange County purple in honor of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) this October.

Police departments in Orange County receive over 8,000 domestic violence calls each year.Here’s how:

Wear purple on October 19th for Domestic Violence Awareness Day. Tag us on social media using hashtags #HumanOptions and #TurnOCPurple.

Request FREE educational presentations on domestic violence and healthy dating for your work, school, church or community group.

Buy your ticket to our Fall Luncheon for Domestic Violence Awareness event featuring John Quiñones.

Share our 24-hour hotline number at 877-854-3594 with your community.

Request a Cut It Out presentation to empower your salon & beauty professionals with specialized domestic violence training 

Engage your school with these campus activities and decorate your campus with signed pledges

Take a stand against domestic violence and #TurnOCPurple with us!


psimageAthletes Pledge Purple

Six local high schools have pledged to raise awareness for DVAM by wearing purple socks during one of their games.

Support your local teams taking a stand against domestic violence by joining us at an upcoming football game and wearing your purple!

September 22
Irvine vs. Laguna Hills
7 p.m. @ Irvine Stadium
October 5
Magnolia vs. Santa Ana
7 p.m. @ Glover Stadium
October 13
Valley vs. Katella
7 p.m.
October 14
St. Margaret's Episcopal vs. Nordhoff
3:30 p.m.
October 19
Corona Del Mar vs. Northwood
7 p.m. @ Newport Harbor
October 27
Northwood vs. Beckman
7 p.m. @ Portola HS

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