Domestic violence shelters are in a state of emergency
Already stretched thin in the pandemic, shelters are dealing with catastrophic funding cuts. Check out this July 9, 2021 article in The Lily (from The Washington Post) by Caroline Kitchener. It features comments from Faith Power, Executive Director of The Laurel...
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