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For over 30 years, Refuge House has been the voice of hope for victims of domestic and sexual violence in our community. Women, children and men escaping violent homes, or dealing with the trauma of rape, find comprehensive Refuge House services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Refuge House is a safe haven with emergency shelters, encouragement and support through its hotline and counseling services, as well as resources for rebuilding lives with dignity, peace, and justice. Children who have been abused are welcomed to their day care and counseling programs with encouragement and love. Every year, over 500 women and children, friends and neighbors, are sheltered from abuse, in the emergency shelters provided by the Refuge House. Over 2,500 hotline callers get support and safety planning from hotline staff every year, and over 1,500 victims and their children receive counseling and advocacy support in the community. As one Refuge House client once said, “You can get your life and your freedom back.” Refuge House seeks to save lives, build hope and end violence! Visit the Refuge House at refugehouse.com.