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Domestic violence in a pandemic: First of a two-part series – ‘Really hard to know what to do’

Photo by Ken Farver | Rachelle Barmann, coordinator of the Children’s Domestic Violence Program at Turning Point, is also an art therapist. In the year ending June 30, Turning Point sheltered 41 children overnight, 28 of them under the age of 5. On the tree trunk behind Barmann are the words: “We can do hard things.” Entwined in the branches is the message: “Adversity produces seeds of greatness.”
Novel coronavirus draws another veil over incidence of domestic violence
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