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SSFS continues services for those in domestic violence situations

Although Illinois has a "shelter in place" directive, South Suburban Family Shelter (SSFS) is still offering services to individuals and families who are in domestic violence situations. 

Kris Scott of SSFS said the bilingual 24-hour hotline is always open for those in crisis and in need of emergency shelter. The hotline number is 708-335-3028. The Crisis Intervention Program will continue to help individuals and their children obtain short-term emergency shelter through the 24-hour hotline. 

SSFS court advocates will not be at the Circuit Court of Cook County . . .

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