October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, something that was launched nationwide in 1987 as a way to raise awareness for victims, survivors and the organizations that support them.
In Reno, the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges has an entire program dedicated to addressing the issue.
“Our Family Violence and Domestic Relations program is designed to help judicial officers and the communities that surround them develop better practices, protocols, court decisions and outcomes so victims of domestic violence and their children are safer and have a path towards healing,” said Eryn Branch, Program Director. “And hopefully experience the courts as a place where they can have understanding, justice and safety.”
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