Office of the Arizona Governor Doug Ducey
Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family

Real Impact

Lighting Arizona Purple October 2015

Phoenix City Hall

Phoenix City Hall lights building purple for Lighting Arizona Purple 

Arizona Cardinals

Cardinal Stadium lit purple for Lighting Arizona Purple 

Arizona Cardinals DVA 2015

Arizona State Capitol

Arizona State Capitol lights building purple for Lighting Arizona Purple 

Avondale Police Department

Avondale Police Department lights building purple for Lighting Arizona Purple 

Gov. Ducey’s PSA

Home Depot Standing Against Domestic Violence

Lighting Arizona Purple October 2015

Governor Doug Ducey will light the Capitol dome purple as a symbol of Arizona’s dedication to ending domestic violence at an event outside the Capitol on October 1, 2015.

San Luis City Hall

San Luis City Hall lights building purple for Lighting Arizona Purple 

Victim Witness – Flagstaff

Victim Witness lights building purple for Lighting Arizona Purple 

Yuma City Hall

Yuma City Hall lights building purple for Lighting Arizona Purple 

Arizona Rural Women’s Health Network- Digital Stories

The Arizona Rural Health Women’s Network (AzRWHN) was established to find solutions to address these issues. AzRWHN is a collaborative partnership of four of Arizona’s Area Health Education Centers in conjunction with other key state and nonprofit organizations involved in rural and/or women’s health.

Digital Stories

Arizona Rural Women’s Health Network
Walking the Healing Path

John L. Tsosie is working hard to raise awareness and find solutions to stop this epidemic. He and his dad, Ernest Tsosie Jr., founded Walking The Healing Path, Inc. (WTHP) in 2003 to “create solutions to end domestic violence and child abuse/neglect in the many homes and families that make up not only the Navajo Nation but the entire U.S. as a whole.”

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Walking the Healing Path