Campaign Overview

Exposure to domestic abuse as children can greatly increase the likelihood of perpetuating violence as they grow up. This startling truth about the cycle of violence, and the need to end it, is precisely why the Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation began an integrated national campaign with both video and print components.

Safe At Home sincerely thanks the award-winning global ad agency gyro New York, in association with the award winning production companies, UNIT 9 and Rock Paper Scissors, for this inspired creation and their dedication to our national campaign.

Campaign Overview

Exposure to domestic abuse as children has long-lasting effects impacting children their entire lives. This print image campaign, featured as a full-page in the Wall Street Journal as well as other publications, highlights the fact that exposure to violence and trauma can affect brain development in children.

Safe At Home sincerely thanks the award-winning global ad agency, gyro New York, for their inspired creation and dedication.

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Our Other Awareness and Educational Videos

Terminando el Ciclo Trailer

Terminando el Ciclo (Ending the Cycle) is a telenovela about a 14 year old girl and her mother living in South Central Los Angeles, who have a parallel experience of becoming empowered to break the cycle of domestic violence and relationship abuse.

Stuck in Traffick

Stuck In Traffick is a short film created by some of our Margaret’s Place youth alumni. It was accepted into the 2015 Buffalo Niagara Film Festival and the 2015 Manhattan Film Festival. This film highlights the profound intersection between domestic violence and sex trafficking.

To request a workshop utilizing these videos in the New York City or Los Angeles area, please email contact@joetorre.org.