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Author: Liz Stillman

Starting Point’s Response to the Sentencing of Bryan Carroll

Starting Point’s Response to the Sentencing of Bryan Carroll May 14, 2020 For Immediate Release Contact: Tiffany Roberts 603.901.2270 On Friday, May 8th, Bryan Carroll was sentenced in Carroll County …

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Boot n Bling 2020 Rescheduled

Boots ‘n Bling Rescheduled for September 24, 2021 Covid-19 has and will continue to add a layer of risk to victims of domestic and sexual violence. As our state reopens …

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Starting Point’s Statement In Response to the Release of Terrance Perkins

April 3, 2020 For Immediate Release Contact: Tiffany Roberts, 603.986.1027 Today a hearing was held in Carroll County Superior Court as a result of Jail Superintendent Jason Henry’s request to …

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  • DateAugust 30, 2019

Landlord Summit at Adventure Suites September 11

Please join us to learn more about our federally funded Housing First program and to share with us your concerns and needs as landlords. Along with Starting Point staff and board of directors we will have Representatives Harrison Kanzler and Anita Burroughs will be on hand as well as MWV Housing Coalition director Victoria Laracy to discuss potential incentivizing for long-term rentals and other aspects of rental properties in Carroll County.
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  • DateMay 20, 2019

Starting Point Announces New Executive Director

Starting Point: Services for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence is pleased to announce the appointment of Deborah Weinstein as the agency’s new executive director.
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  • DateMay 10, 2019

Second annual Trillium Summit set for June 8 in Jackson

The second Trillium Summit, a leadership workshop for women and girls, will take place on Saturday, June 8, 2019 at The Whitney Community Center in Jackson from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
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  • DateApril 2, 2019

Calendar of events for Starting Point’s April Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Wednesday, April 3 – NoMore!! Informational tabling and giveaways from Starting Point at Memorial Hospital in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, April 4 …

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Starting Point Supports Marcy’s Law

The Starting Point staff was recently visited by field organizer Marina Altschiller from Marsy’s Law NH to discuss the statewide initiative for a constitutional amendment to provide equal rights for crime victims. New Hampshire is one of only 15 states that does not extend enumerated rights to victims of crime. The Marsy’s Law initiative hopes to elevate key rights of crime victims into the state’s Constitution to ensure victims have rights equal in stature to the accused and convicted. Starting Point advocates are familiar with the difficulties victims of domestic and sexual violence and stalking face in the justice system and hope the amendment will secure the rights of victims going forward. For more information about Marsy’s Law go to nh.marsyslaw.us For more information about Starting Point: Services for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence go to startingpointnh.org
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  • DateApril 1, 2018

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Starting Point: Services for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence has organized a number of community events in April because it is national Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).  These events …

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  • DateMarch 7, 2018

Spring Volunteer Training Session for Starting Point

Are you interested in learning more about how domestic violence and sexual assault affects those in our community and what you can do personally to help? Starting Point:  Services for …

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