For nearly two years, Nancy Sandoval has been sheltered from fear. She uses the peaceful space provided by Safe Haven, a program that helps parents safely transfer custody of their children.
But when Sandoval visited the center on October 26 and received a closure notice, her fear returned. Safe Haven, where Sandoval takes his 5-year-old son to visit his father, has announced that it will close on November 30 due to a lack of funding.
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