Violence comes in many forms and at all ages. While the ultimate goal of this website is the promotion of healthy relationships and prevention of relationship violence, it must be recognized that all forms of violence are connected. To make Warren County the safest place possible, one free from all violence, we must also address issues such as substance abuse, mental health, and child maltreatment. The goal of this website is to be the place community members can go to find information and resources they need to be educated and engaged in prevention efforts.
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How you can get involved

Join us in our mission to make Warren County violence free. Below are some National, State, and local ways you can be a part of prevention either online or in person.

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