04 July, 2009

Kudos to Kansas

Advocates working to reduce domestic violence kicked off a public awareness campaign on Wednesday, hoping to get everyday Kansans to help stop abuse.

“There’s something that everyone can do to make a difference -- something as simple as knowing the Kansas Crisis Hotline number, 888-END ABUSE,” said Joyce Grover, general counsel with the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence.

The coalition and Governor’s Domestic Fatality Review Board started a “Believe It. Help Change It” campaign that includes radio and television public service announcements, newspaper and online ads, and a Web site, www.HelpChangeKansas.com, which features information on domestic violence and resources for victims.

About the Campaign
Believe It. Help Change It. is a statewide media campaign designed to reduce domestic violence in Kansas and increase victims’ access to support and services.

:30 Radio PSAs
Three radio spots were produced, two in English and one in Spanish. Download the spots below.

Behind Closed Doors...


Nuestra Casa...

The campaign is sponsored by the Kansas Governor's Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board, in cooperation with the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence.

Melissa DeDonder, communications coordinator
Kansas Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence
(785) 232-9784

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