Franklin and Fulton County Program, Women In Need, to Double Capacity with New Center
In 2008, Women In Need purchased two acres of ground and in late February, WIN broke ground on a new shelter center!
WIN has been serving victims of domestic and sexual violence since 1976. Its shelter, which serves about 1,700 victims and families per year, will double capacity, as well as consolidate three sites into one with the new center.
Pictured from left to right: Bonnie Harmon, WIN Board Vice President; Senator Rich Alloway, Representative Rob Kauffman, Barbara Channing, WIN Executive Director and Mitcha Shay, former shelter resident.
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