10th Annual Central Not To Be Forgotten in Mid City2012 Andrea O’Donnell Award Juan M González Victim Services Coordinator Domestic Violence UnitSan Diego City Attorney’s Office, Criminal Division
Mission: The San Diego Domestic Violence Council (SDDVC) seeks to increase public awareness about domestic violence; develop creative and effective initiatives to prevent domestic violence throughout the San Diego region; appropriately refer individuals experiencing domestic violence to resources; and unite people in coalitions and committees to build and support healthy relationships, families, and communities. History: The SDDVC was established in 1989 by a county-wide network of domestic violence service programs, criminal justice agencies, and other organizations and individuals who shared the common goal of ending violence against the people and animals in the City and County of San Diego. The Council is made up of over 300 member organizations.
PLEDGE OF HOPE HELP IS AVAILABLE! Services and Resources in the San Diego community.
Mid City Police Department
Ken Woods, City Heights Dad’s Club under Price Charities working with dads and children to enhance the father/child relationship also awarded San Diego Domestic Violence Council Promoting Inclusion Award.
Jennifer Shur Project S.A.R.A.H. Case Manager Jewish Family Service of San Diego
Lt. Charles Lara SDPD, Director of the San Diego Family Justice Center
Price Charities City Heights Initiative
Operation For HOPE Foundation raises awareness about domestic violence and the resources to respond and prevent this issue -- honored San Diego Domestic Violence Council Advisory Board Member.If you're a victim of abuse or violence or you are recovering from an assault by a stranger, you are not alone.To get immediate help and support call 911. National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673National Dating Abuse Helpline1-866-331-9474