By Terry Kovarik
Domestic abuse victims in Kewaunee County many times escape violent relationships with little more than the clothes they’re wearing. The Violence Intervention Project provides shelter, food and personal needs to abuse victims. Project advocates also help clients transition to living on their own. Office Coordinator Jillian, whose last name is not being released out of safety concerns, says people can help ease those transitions with simple donations.
Donations can be made at the Violence Intervention Project offices on Division Street in Algoma.