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Domestic violence hotline now serving two agencies (free content)

Anew: Building Beyond Violence and Abuse has partnered with Crisis Center for South Suburbia to share 24-hour hotline services for families experiencing domestic violence.

In a joint statement, Jennifer Gabrenya, executive director of Anew, and Pam Kostecki, executive director of Crisis Center for South Suburbia, said: “Our leadership teams are constantly exploring how we can use our combined expertise and resources to better serve families impacted by domestic violence in the region. We are thrilled to come together in this way and are confident survivors will benefit from this increased access."

The hotline number for the Crisis Center is . . .

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