On April 10, Jordyn N, who is an intake coordinator at the Crisis Center, received a donation of 16 large quilts and pillowcases. The Douglas County Crisis Center works to end domestic violence through advocacy, education, and prevention, while helping communities live free of violence. The victims of violence are provided shelter, therapy, legal help, and support with setting goals for themselves and their children in the future. Jordan said the five beds at the shelter are full at this time as well as the rooms they have available at a local hotel. The victims and their families are allowed to stay at the shelter for three to six months.
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