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As a community-wide coalition, we unite local agencies, organizations, businesses and individuals in an effort to prevent underage drinking, substance abuse, prescription drug abuse and tobacco use in our community.
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Seminole Prevention Coalition shared a post.Apr 18, 2019 @ 11:50am
#Throwback to earlier this month - our Central Region's Child Abuse Prevention Month events!

#CAPMonth #PinwheelsforPrevention #TBT
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Seminole Prevention Coalition shared a photo.Apr 10, 2019 @ 2:04pm
Seminole County, you blew us away by your support at the #MANicureMovement kickoff this morning! Thank you to all the brave men (and women!) who attended and are helping us come one step closer to polishing off child abuse! A special thank you to Seminole County Sheriff's Office for your continued valued partnership.
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Seminole Prevention CoalitionApr 2, 2019 @ 12:30pm
Tag pictures of your pinwheel gardens with #childabusepreventionmonth - we'd love to see them and share them with everyone! #wearblue


Sanford Vigil Shines Light on Domestic Violence

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SANFORD – The Sanford Police Department ended Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October with a candlelight vigil.

The event, coordinated by Officer Kate Walsh, was attended by members of the Sanford Police Department, Seminole County Sherriff’s Office, State Attorney’s Office, Safe House and citizens from local and neighboring communities.

dv hotlineA_182xDuring the vigil, guest speaker Dohmeher described the nearly fatal attack from her ex-boyfriend, who stabbed her 32 times because she was breaking up with him.

“He said he just wanted a hug,” she recalled. “It’s all he wanted … a final goodbye. All he wanted was closure and I basically, you know, walked outside to my murder.”

Dohmeher’s story has been featured on “Good Morning America,” “48 Hours,” and in the “National Enquirer.”

Please report domestic violence to your local law enforcement agency or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE).

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