The challenges of the past two years have been unprecedented. It is clear that the pandemic has made victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and child seuxal abuse less safe and more isolated. There has been a sustained increase in demand for services across all programs of the agency, and survivors are coming to us with situations that are more complex and more dangerous.
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