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PA says NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault

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People across the country, including right here in Central Pennsylvania, are fighting back against domestic violence and sexual assault.

It’s all part of national ‘No More Week’ which is now officially underway.

In honor of the week-long campaign, the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape are hosting a Twitter town hall from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday.

Experts will be on standby to answer questions about domestic violence and sexual assault as well as encourage healthy conversation about the issues, which are affecting millions of people every year.

You can join the conversation on Twitter by following: @PaSaysNoMore , @PA_NoMoreDV, @PCADVorg, @PCARORG

Hashtags PCADV and PCAR are using during the Twitter conversation include:

#PaSaysNoMore

#NOMOREweek

#TogetherWeCan

‘No More Week’ runs from March 8-14.

For a list of other local events, click here.

National Domestic Violence Hotline number is 1-800-799-7233

National Teen Dating Violence Hotline number is 1-866-331-9474