Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is nationally recognized as an awareness and education campaign designed to educate the nation about sexual violence. Operation Care is taking a stand against sexual violence and encouraging bystanders to take action. We encourage Amador County residents to say NO MORE, and to participate by wearing teal, the national color for SAAM, to promote sexual assault awareness during the month of April... learn more

Support this campaign by adding the teal ribbon to your profile picture on FACEBOOK and TWITTER
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Operation Care staff
Say NO MORE and make domestic violence and sexual assault awareness and prevention a priority year-round.

Operation Care believes that domestic violence and sexual assault are everyone's issues, because we all potentially know someone who is a victim. It may be a family member, classmate, friend, or neighbor, but chances are, someone you know has been abused or sexually assaulted. To end domestic violence and sexual assault, conversations need to start and the blame and shame game that victims face has to end...read more

Sign up for Summer Youth Programs
June 13 - July 22 

It's time to sign up for the Go! Youth Program's summer activities. We have two great programs focusing on healthy relationships!

SHOOT FOR THE STARS  
Tuesdays 10:30 - 12:00 
For ages 7 - 12

Building friendships
 
Standing up to bullies 
Gaining confidence 
Dealing with peer pressure 
Establishing boundaries
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BUILDING YOUR FUTURE 
M-W-F 2:00 - 5:00 pm 
For ages 13 - 17

Healthy relationships
Preventing sexual assault
Anger management
Self-esteem building
Cyber protection
Financial management
Career paths
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Transportation Available! 
Call Operation Care for more information 223-2897.
Denim Day 2016 
BALLOON RELEASE

Keep your eyes on the sky from 10 am to 2 pm on Denim Day, April 27 th. Balloons will be released to signify the 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men that are sexually assaulted every 2 minutes in the United States . Teal and white balloons will be released, with the white balloons in each grouping representing the victim. If you would like to participate in the balloon release stop by our booth between 10 am and 2 pm at Petkovich Park in Jackson. We will have education materials on sexual violence and the services we provide to victims and their loved ones.

For more information:
www.operationcare.org
www.facebook.com/operationcare www.twitter.com/OpCareJacksonca
www.calcasa.org

   
Please join us as we celebrate
OUR OSCAR NIGHT HONOREES:

Jose Arevalos-Jackson Police Department
Robert Harmon-Sutter Creek Police Department
Daniel Rego-Ione Police Department
Matt Girton-Amador County Sheriff's Department
Robert Trudgen-Amador County District Attorney's Office
Amador County Probation
CHP
Aaron May-JB's awards and engraving
Public Health
Child Protective Services
Don Wilke-Gold Country Auto
Rita Nunes-Operation Care Volunteer

RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW!

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