Mitigating domestic abuse with limited resources
April 29, 2021
MISSOULA COUNTY - As the U.S. continues to push efforts to establish herd immunity against COVID-19, data analysts and historians will likely be making observations on the pandemic’s world-encapsulating effects for years to come especially in terms of socialization. One aspect that could be touched on is how the pandemic’s ripple effects have affected survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence in terms of accessing resources.
Morgan Haynie is a criminal advocate for the Crime Victim Advocate Program (CVA), a division of the Community Justice Services Department, formerly named Rela...
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