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Organization Name Green Dot etc., Inc
Category Violence Prevention
Address 228 S Washington St, Suite B-10
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
United States
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Phone Number (571) 319-0354
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Website http://www.livethegreendot.com/
Twitter https://twitter.com/DJEGreenDot
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/353931289692/

Green Dot’s mission is simple; they want fewer people to be hurt by power-based personal violence. They know that just about everyone has some connection to the issue of power-based personal violence, either directly or indirectly. As such, they are committed to an approach that empowers all members of a given community to intersect with this issue as a part of the solution. Green Dot believes that by understanding and addressing forces that stifle action (i.e., fear, fatigue, uncertainty, cultural messages), thy can work with individuals and communities to generate realistic solutions that are perceived as manageable and actionable. They believe in the collective power of individual choices – and that by understanding barriers to action and generating realistic solutions, they can mobilize the communities to manifest their vision of a world in which this violence will no longer be tolerated.