The City of Glendale will light City Hall in purple as part of the Purple Light Nights campaign, to bring awareness of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Purple is the symbolic color of domestic violence and as such, the campaign’s goal is to see purple lights shining across the country and across the world, on porch lights and businesses windows. The purple lights will shine to remember victims who lost their lives from domestic violence, to support those who survived domestic violence, and to provide hope for those still living with abuse. Residents and businesses are encouraged to join this campaign and light purple lights at home and at storefronts throughout the month of October in support. For more information on local resources for domestic violence, visit the City of Glendale Commission on the Status of Women’s Resource Page.
If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call or text 911.
If you need help or support for addressing Domestic Violence , please call the DV Hotline at (800) 978-3600 or 2-1-1. See additional hotlines here.
Intimate Partner Violence Service Providers, including Shelters, Legal and Support Services, remain available remotely for those in need.