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​Vanessa Woods

Delegates/ Communications


Middle School

November ACTA Event

Suzanne Merrell

Secretary

Green Dot Bystander

Intervention Trainer

Our Mission

Urgent Projects

Who  We  Are

A Call to Action Oconee Is a community campaign to reduce the incidents of domestic violence and other power based violence in South Carolina, beginning with Oconee County.

   A Call to Action Oconee is a community campaign against domestic abuse.  We connect with community organizations and resources to see how we can work together and raise awareness concerning all forms of power based violence.

  

   The mission of A Call to Action Oconee (ACTA) is to help reduce domestic violence in South Carolina, beginning with Oconee County, then spreading to surrounding counties.


   We believe that in order to change the incidence of domestic abuse, we must first change the attitude of the entire community.  We must believe that it IS a problem, that it is OUR problem and that we can ALL do something to create a positive change!

Celeste Norris

Treasurer

Green Dot Bystander

Intervention Trainer

Green Dot is Bystander Intervention against all forms of power based violence.  Green Dot is the educational tool used by A Call to Action Oconee for the community.

Shepherding the Unsafe

Robbin Potrafka

President

Janete Hunter

Prayer Intercessor

Coordinator of training events

Meet Our Team



Shepherding the Unsafe with area pastors and lay leaders at Utica Baptist - October 23rd at 8:00 a.m.


Oconee County Schools Bullying Prevention Poster Contest - September & October

Award presentations at the Oconee School District Office - October 24th at 9:30  


Domestic Abuse County Event with Covenant Players- November 1st at 6:00 p.m. at Walhalla Middle School

This event is open to the whole community.





We need the community to help us spread the word, educate and be willing to make a stand against domestic violence and other forms of power based violence in South Carolina.  South Carolina is number 5 in domestic violence deaths in the nation!

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