OSWEGO, NY – Staff members of the Oswego County District Attorney’s Office recognized “Wear Purple Day” by wearing purple to raise awareness of, and honor the survivors of, domestic violence in Oswego County.
Seated from left are Assistant District Attorneys Matthew Bell and Thomas Christopher, District Attorney Greg Oakes, and Assistant District Attorneys Mark Moody and Charles Cieszeski.
Standing from left are Cheryl Jordan, Jill Tompkins, Sheryl Wettering, Assistant District Attorney Courtney Haviland, Shelly Potter, and Investigator Kathy MacPherson.
Oswego County Opportunities Services to Aid Families program is the domestic violence and rape crisis program that serves Oswego County.
If you or someone you know is a survivor of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual violence or stalking, call the Crisis Hotline at (315) 342-1600.
The hotline is staffed by trained counselors and is available 24 hours.
For more information on the SAF program contact Sara Gozzi at 315-342-1544 or visit www.oco.org