CONWAY — The Starting Point non-profit organization says it would like to give a big thank you to the community partners who pitched in to help repair a failed septic system.
According to Starting Point Executive Director Raetha Stoddard, “The significant savings from their volunteer efforts allows Starting Point to use more funds for direct service work, providing free and confidential services in Carroll County to victims and their children (nearly 600 annually) who have experienced domestic or sexual violence.
Starting Point services include: 24/7/365 crisis line, emergency shelter, court and hospital advocacy, child advocacy, transition support and prevention.
For more information about Starting Point, call (603) 447-2494.
“I just feel better after talking with someone from Starting Point” – sexual assault survivor
“It was helpful to have someone at the hospital who listen and let me know what my rights were” – sexual assault survivor
“Both my children and I feel safer each time we work with an advocate from Starting Point.” – domestic violence survivor
“I have more peace of mind after working with Starting Point”- stalking survivor
“I now believe in myself” – domestic violence survivor
“As a result of support group, I feel I will be more prepared to deal with my daughter’s abusive behavior” – domestic violence survivor
Conway Office: 603.447.2494
PO Box 1972, Conway, NH 03818
Southern Carroll County Office: 603.452.8014
All services are offered free of charge and are strictly confidential.
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