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June 10, 1997
After 20 years of planning, hoping and working, Haven Hills, an agency serving victims of domestic violence in the San Fernando Valley, officially opened the doors Monday to its new transitional housing and employment program for battered women and their children. Haven Two in Canoga Park, which offers apartments and job counseling was once an earthquake-damaged apartment building.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1997
After 20 years of planning, hoping and working, Haven Hills, an agency serving victims of domestic violence in the San Fernando Valley, officially opened the doors Monday to its new transitional housing and employment program for battered women and their children. Haven Two in Canoga Park, which offers apartments and job counseling was once an earthquake-damaged apartment building.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
After 20 years of planning, hoping and working, Haven Hills Inc., an agency serving victims of domestic violence in the San Fernando Valley, officially opened the doors Monday to its new transitional housing and employment program for battered women and their children. Haven Two, which offers low-cost housing, job counseling and will eventually offer day care, was once an earthquake-damaged apartment building.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1997 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
After 20 years of planning, hoping and working, Haven Hills Inc., an agency serving victims of domestic violence in the San Fernando Valley, officially opened the doors Monday to its new transitional housing and employment program for battered women and their children. Haven Two, which offers low-cost housing, job counseling and will eventually offer day care, was once an earthquake-damaged apartment building.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 5, 1996 | STEVE RYFLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
San Fernando Valley leaders announced the start of construction Wednesday on a shelter for victims of domestic violence which will be the largest of its kind in Los Angeles County. Harbour Community, a $1.7-million transitional shelter for battered women and their children, will provide long-term housing, for up to 18 months, and an array of social services to help them put their lives back together.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1994
* INFO LINE of L.A. (800) 339-6993 A private, nonprofit group that provides 24-hour referrals to all disaster services. * FEMA Hot Line (800) 525-0321 TDD (800) 660-8005 The Federal Emergency Management Agency's line for general information. * FEMA Telephone Registration Line (800-462-9029 TDD (800) 462-7585 The FEMA lines are available 24 hours a day and more 700 operators are now manning the lines, so calling should be easier.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 5, 1996 | STEVE RYFLE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
San Fernando Valley leaders announced the start of construction Wednesday on a shelter for victims of domestic violence which will be the largest of its kind in Los Angeles County. Harbour Community, a $1.7-million transitional shelter for battered women and their children, will provide long-term housing, for up to 18 months, and an array of social services to help them put their lives back together.
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