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June 27, 2014 4:50 PM

InterAct, among other organizations, receives grant money for community enhancement program

RALEIGH For a survivor of domestic violence, obtaining a protective order against an abuser can literally save a life. Yet many who stay in abusive situations run the risk of encountering their abuser in the very act of getting help. For these survivors, physically going to the courthouse to complete the paperwork poses a daunting challenge.

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