Walker County Designates April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month


Walker County Board of Commissioners has officially declared April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month within the county. This declaration aims to highlight the pervasive nature of sexual violence and its broader impact on public health within the community.

The decision underscores the importance of raising awareness about sexual assault, emphasizing the need for collective action to address this issue. Anti-violence programs operating within Walker County are actively encouraging individuals to step forward and speak out against all forms of violence, regardless of scale.

By designating April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, local authorities and advocacy groups are striving to foster a culture of awareness, prevention, and support for survivors throughout Walker County.