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Posted: Monday, November 28, 2011 12:36 am | Updated: 7:34 pm, Wed Dec 12, 2012.

Safe on Seven opened six years ago as a one-stop shop where victims of domestic violence could find help.

And in those years, the program has expanded from simply assisting victims with filing protective orders to now linking them up with a variety of services in the community, said Alison Cranford, project coordinator for Safe on Seven.

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