Columbus domestic violence shelter’s resources run low



Columbus’ Turning Point Domestic Violence Services needs help to purchase food for 17 children, an unusually large number being housed with their families at the agency’s facility.

“Our shelter has been overfull for the majority of the summer, and, unfortunately, the trend continues,” Turning Point President Lisa Shafran said.

“We have had a tremendous number of children in the shelter, and our resources for food have really been taxed as a result,” she added.

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