New domestic violence shelter will serve Seneca, Yates, and Ontario counties

A new push to help those escaping domestic violence is now bringing new refuge.

According to Executive Director of Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes Marisa Rubé, paperwork is now underway on the area’s newest safe shelter The shelter will serve people living in Yates, Ontario, and Seneca counties.

In a statement to News10NBC, Rubé said the following:

“While this location must remain confidential, we are fully committed to providing a safe location for victims of domestic violence and their children while we work to help them secure permanent housing and other necessary services to rebuild their lives free from abuse.”

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