Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and communities throughout the valley are marking the occasion with events, seminars, training sessions, fundraisers, and collection drives. To submit information for an event, input the required information. Please complete a form for each public event.

 

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Human Services Director
Brande Mead
Administrative Assistant II
Maria Piña
  • 2019 Event Calendar

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and communities throughout the valley are marking the occasion with events, seminars, training sessions, fundraisers, and collection drives. To submit information for an event, input the required information.
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2018 Regional Council wears purple to support Domestic Violence Awareness Month
MAG's Regional Council shows their support for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
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MAG employees wear purple to support Domestic Violence Awareness Month
MAG employees wear purple to work for Domestic Violence Awareness
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Cities and Towns Supporting Domestic Violence Awareness

Photos from cities, towns, and government offices throughout the region.

About MAG

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