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Domestic Violence During COVID-19 Isolation

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Domestic Violence Intervention of Fallon hopes that all communities are staying safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. We recognize the need to isolate and the importance of staying home during this critical time. However, home is not always safe for everyone. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has forced many victims of domestic and family violence inside their […]

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

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In the United States, April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The goal of SAAM is to raise public awareness about sexual violence and ultimately, its prevention. Statistically, every 73 seconds another American is sexually assaulted. Sexual harassment, assault, and abuse are widespread and impacts every person in a community, be it a victim, survivor […]

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DVI office temporarily closed, available by phone

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As we all deal with Covid-19 and how it has affected our lives and community, DVI wants to take a moment to inform you that we continue to be here to help clients and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. While the DVI office in Fallon is closed until further notice, we are available […]

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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month and recently, Domestic Violence Intervention visited Mrs. Adams’ and Mr. Wilsons’ health classes at CCHS with the goal to increase awareness and prevention of teen dating abuse. Students were able to participate in an educational training called, ‘In Their Shoes’. Designed with the classroom in mind, ‘In Their […]

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Season of Cheer

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Each year, the Henning family and Fallon Ford Toyota bring cheer to various non-profit organizations in the Fallon area through their Pay-It-Forward program. Customers who purchase a vehicle through Fallon Ford Toyota have the opportunity to donate $50 to a local charity of their choice. At the end of each year, Fallon Ford Toyota then […]

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DVI’s Hands Are Not For Hitting Campaign a success

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Each year, Domestic Violence Intervention pairs up with Churchill County School District to use a bus that will go to several of the schools in CCSD. Students are given an option to take the ‘Hands are not for Hitting’ pledge, then place their purple handprint on the bus. This year, Northside, Lahontan and EC Best […]

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Fallon recognizes Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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Did you know that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month? You may have noticed the clothesline at Millennium Park on Williams Ave. The clothesline project was created to bring awareness to the issues of domestic violence for women and men who have been affected, it is a means of expressing emotions by decorating a t-shirt. […]

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