Savannah program to address domestic violence victims with one-stop shop

Posted on May 4, 2019

Story by: Jan Skutch A vacant city of Savannah property on Waters Avenue may soon be the home of a much-anticipated one-stop haven for domestic  Continue Reading »

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We Prosecute Murder Without the Victim’s Help. Why Not Domestic Violence?

Posted on May 4, 2019

Story by: Rachel Louise Snyder The day Michelle Monson Mosure recanted, she stormed into the Billings, Mont., district attorney’s office, hysterical. Her husband, Rocky, had never  Continue Reading »

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Safe Hope Center houses resources for survivors under one roof

Posted on May 2, 2019

Story by: Josh Robinson JACKSON, Tenn. — The Safe Hope Center on Roland Drive in Jackson may look like another ordinary building, but as soon  Continue Reading »

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County Breaks Ground on New MLK Child and Family Wellbeing Center

Posted on May 2, 2019

Story by: Jennifer Bihm Community advocates, county personnel and medical professionals came together April 29, to break ground on the new Martin Luther King Child  Continue Reading »

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Governor signs bill to allow domestic violence expert testimony in courts

Posted on May 2, 2019

Story by: Brianna Sims The governor has signed a bill into law allowing expert court witnesses in cases of domestic violence to be able to  Continue Reading »

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