A vital part of our mission is to create healthy, safe communities where domestic abuse is not tolerated.
That’s why all Spruce Run services have a common goal: to create awareness and work to prevent future domestic abuse.
Abuse prevention requires social change – and social change starts with young people. So we work with youth to educate and empower them to envision and create a world free of abuse.
Prevention also requires the involvement of entire communities – parents, teachers, law enforcement officials, employers, and faith community leaders – who are committed to learning more about abuse and doing all they can to end it.
That’s why we offer programs and training for groups of all interests and ages including:
Here’s how you can help.
Contact us to find out how you can be a part of preventing domestic and dating abuse or to schedule a Spruce Run program or speaker at your school, civic group, or religious organization.
Want to help right away? Donate to Spruce Run today. Your generous gift will help us continue to work to create awareness about the problem of domestic abuse and prevent it in future generations.