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June Newsletter

June E-Newsletter On May 18th, Governor Charlie Baker initiated the first phase of reopening businesses in Massachusetts. A Safe Place’s Executive Director, Jennifer Frazee, has been working with state agencies and departments and other organizations to find the …

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May Newsletter

May E-Newsletter  In these challenging times, it is import to know that A Safe Place remains available 24 hours a day for anyone impacted by domestic abuse or sexual assault via our 24-hour hotline #508-228-2111. We continue to provide supportive …

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April Newsletter

April E-Newsletter We Remain Available 24/7 to Support Survivors! Across Massachusetts and right here in Nantucket, the demands on organizations that provide services to people impacted by sexual and domestic violence have been steadily increasing since …

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March Newsletter

March E-Newsletter Save the Dates! Our First Support Cafe was a huge success! This monthly event is designed to be a support group for parents, families and friends with LGBTQ+ loved ones. The participants were able …

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In these challenging times, A Safe Place remains available 24 hours/day for anyone impacted by domestic abuse or sexual assault. Please call our 24-Hour Hotline #508-228-2111. Advocates and Counselors are available in our offices at 5B Windy Way, by phone, or computer for all non-emergency situations. We are here to help you. We have partnered with the Nantucket Police Department & the Nantucket District Court to best meet the needs of survivors of abuse and will continue to provide 24/hour advocacy to those in need of Restraining Orders against their perpetrators. A Safe Place Advocates are available to respond to emergency sexual assault cases at Nantucket Cottage Hospital. All services are completely free of charge. Call us if you need us. #508-228-2111, or chat live with an advocate on our website.

February Newsletter 2020

February E-newsletter Two of A Safe Place’s newest advocates, Suzanne Fronzuto and Kathy Butterworth, provided a workshop at The Saltmarsh Senior Center at 81 Washington Street to discuss the issues surrounding Elder Domestic Abuse including how …

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