Let’s Talk Health-Breast Cancer Awareness, Now Hiring-Detention Officers, 2021 Santa Cruz County Fair, SVC35-Induction to the Hall of Fame, Making Community Health A Priority, National Domestic Violence Awareness, Proclamation Domestic Violence Awareness, Mayor’s Corner-October, Sheriff’s Monthly Round-Up
The Santa Cruz County Attorney’s Office will not be hosting their Peace Walk or Candlelight Vigil this year because of COVID-19. We want to make sure we continue to practice safety during these times. This does not in any way take away momentum from our efforts to bring awareness to Domestic Violence. This year, the County Attorney will ask the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors to proclaim October 2021 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in memory of victims of domestic violence who lost their lives and to honor survivors. The Proclamation will be published in local news outlets. The goal is to bring community awareness on domestic violence as it is an issue that is never far from the headlines and continues to be a pervasive issue in our County. Domestic violence impacts children, women, and men, of every age, background, and beliefs.
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