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Domestic violence in a pandemic: Second of a two-part series – Fear in reporting abuse

Independent photo by SUSAN W. MURRAY | Elissa Crowley works on prevention and education at Turning Point, a domestic violence shelter in Woodstock. The clothespins on the wall behind her hold thank you notes.
Half of women in Turning Point support groups still live with abuser
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