Transitional Living Program eases concerns for abuse victims

HELP of Door County is working to make the decision to walk away from domestic abuse easier for victims.  One of the real impediments to people leaving violent situations is the financial ability to find another place to live, according to HELP of Door County Executive Director Steve Vickman.  HELP of Door County offers a Transitional Living Program that addresses the need for victims to relocate away from their abusive partner. 


HELP of Door County’s mission is to eliminate domestic abuse through prevention services and to advocate for social change.  You can find more information on services provided by HELP of Door County with the link below.   

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