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CODA Unveils Domestic Violence Awareness Banner

Monday morning, dozens gathered for a traditional proclamation and unveiling of the banner. The visual reminder will be on display all month long, and officials with CODA, the Council on Domestic Abuse, hope it will let people know what resources are available. There's 24 hour helpline for anyone who is a victim of domestic violence. That number is (800) 566-CODA [2632].
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and one group is doing its part to show the power of purple.

That's the color of domestic violence support, and now, it's filling the Vigo County Courthouse.

Monday morning, dozens gathered for a traditional proclamation and unveiling of the banner.

The visual reminder will be on display all month long, and officials with CODA, the Council on Domestic Abuse, hope it will let people know what resources are available.

"What we want to emphasize more than anything really is that we want victims to know that there is an organization here that can help them. We do have services available, we have a 24-help line and a shelter and legal resources. And we're here. Please let us know if there's anything we can do to help,"
said Cheryl White, president of the CODA Board.

There's 24 hour helpline for anyone who is a victim of domestic violence.

That number is (800) 566-CODA [2632].

If you have safe Internet access, you can also visit codaterrehaute.org
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