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The shelter has a large playroom and outdoor playground, as well as plenty of books and toys.
Children's groups meet regularly for arts and crafts, play, and other activities.
Intimate partner violence includes domestic abuse, sexual assault, verbal and emotional abuse, coercion, and stalking.
Violence and abuse can cause physical and emotional problems that last long after the abuse.
Our Summer Children's Program provides daily activities and field trips for children who are in the shelter while school is out.
Loveisrespect wants to empower young people to build healthy relationships from the ground up.
Our services can help reduce the likelihood that victims of violence will return to abusive relationships, and can help them recognize and avoid future abuse.
We can provide a safe place to escape and help you find resources to live independently.
Loveisrespect will provide information and strategies for teaching young people about healthy relationships and how to support one another.
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