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Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
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DVAM 2020 Calendar

(This calendar is subject to change.)

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Census Surveys

Data Collected and Published by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)

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Thursday, October 1st, 9:30pm-10:00pm
Hosted by the Domestic Violence Action Center. This 30-minute televised program hosted by KHON2’s Howard Dashefsky and Rob DeMello will feature male allies from their homes highlighting why domestic violence is a men’s issue.

14-Day Couples Challenge

October 1st-14th
Hosted by the Army Community Service Hawai’i. For two weeks, couples will be given daily challenges to compete on the Army Community Service Hawai’i Facebook page.

Healing Hawai’i with Karen Kaulana

Sunday, October 4th, 7:00pm-8:00pm
Chelsey Stewart (HSCADV) and Terri Madden (Playbuilders Hawai’i) will discuss the Bursting Bubbles project and Domestic Violence Awareness Month on “Healing Hawai’i’s” Facebook Live.

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14Th Annual Domestic Violence Counts: Hawai‘i Summary

578 victims served in one day.

Published: March 9, 2020
Data Collected: September 12, 2019.

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# NoRoomForViolence Campaign

The Hawai’i State Coalition Against Domestic Violence proudly announces the No Room For Violence campaign for this year’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

No Room For Violence is our invitation to the community to take a stand against violence in their relationships, homes, and communities across Hawaiʻi. Domestic violence was once considered a private matter. As survivors, advocates, and allies in the movement, we understand that domestic violence is a public health emergency liken to the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19 has disrupted almost every aspect of our lives. But, even more so has exposed vast inequalities and barriers to accessing help and safety for women and children facing violence at home.

Join the conversation by following and using our campaign hashtag #NoRoom4Violence across all major social media platforms. 

Join the Campaign!

#NoRoom4Violence

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