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Abuse in relationships focus of Share drop-in

Hailey Robinson sits among the gifts she collected for the dogs at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville. - Photo courtesy of WAIF
Hailey Robinson sits among the gifts she collected for the dogs at the WAIF Shelter in Coupeville.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of WAIF

Share Family and Community Services is offering an EVAW (Ending Violence Against Women) drop-in group to provide information and support for women who are currently living in, or have lived in abusive relationships.

This group provides women the opportunity to:

• Meet and receive support from other women

• Get information on a variety of topics

• Talk about experiences in a safe and non-judgmental environment.

Child minding is provided free of charge.

For more information on dates, times, and specific weekly topics, contact Sedi or Tammy at Share’s Clarke site at 604-936-3900.

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