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Conway Daily Sun Article – Starting Point 2nd Annual Vigil

11/17/22, Starting Point Holds 2nd Annual Candlelight Vigil BY TERRY LEAVITT THE CONWAY DAILY SUN CONWAY — About 40 people gathered in Schouler Park in North Conway Village last Thursday …

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Domestic Violence and the Holidays

Domestic Violence Never Takes Time off for the Holidays People often ask if there is an increase in domestic violence during the holidays. The data on this is limited because …

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Conway PD Stands with Starting Point and Victims – DVAM

Rickie Tibbetts, volunteer from Starting Point: Services for Victims of Domestic & Sexual Violence, Conway Police Department Lieutenant Suzanne Kelley-Scott, and Victim Witness Advocate Melissa Smith. Domestic Violence Awareness Month …

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Candlelight Vigil Marking Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Oct 20

Please join us on October 20 by the flagpole in Schouler Park, North Conway to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month. There will be a silent walk of remembrance from the …

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Parent Forum on Keeping Children Safe on Social Media – Oct 26, 2022 – 7 to 8 PM

Starting Point prevention specialists and others in the field will discuss ways to provide guidelines and create open communications with your teen about being safe on social media, recognizing that …

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Oct. 2022

Domestic violence is complicated and unique in every instance. One month is never enough to cover the complexities but let’s get started here with a primer. Are there characteristics that …

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Starting Point’s Men’s Advocacy Group Met September 20, 2022

Starting Point’s Men’s Advocacy Group had its first meeting on September 20 at the Advocacy Center in Conway. This is the first group of its kind in New Hampshire according …

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Volunteer Training Begins Oct 13, 2022

Volunteering makes a difference. Join our Team and be the Change you Believe in! Volunteering at Starting Point requires an initial commitment of 30 hours of training required by NH …

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