The Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation, an organization whose mission is to end domestic violence through education, has released a powerful PSA campaign that illustrates how kids who live with abusive parents can end up becoming abusers themselves as adults if they don’t receive help and guidance at an early age.
The cycle of domestic abuse can begin as a child. That’s what The Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation and its new integrated, national advertising campaign were created to change.
Exposure to domestic abuse as a child 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 what The Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation and its new integrated, national advertising campaign were created to change.
Former Major League Baseball manager and Hall of Famer Joe Torre has launched a new advertising campaign to further educate the public about the Joe Torre Safe at Home Foundation which works to end the cycle of domestic violence.
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