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Working to End Domestic Violence in Cumberland County, Maine Since 1977

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Working to End Domestic Violence in Cumberland County, Maine Since 1977

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In 2002, Through These Doors conducted a study which showed that approximately 95% of incarcerated women experienced abuse at the hands of an intimate partner. Recognizing the connection between incarceration and domestic abuse, TTD began to offer support groups for incarcerated women at the Cumberland County Jail and Maine Correctional Center, later adding programs at the Southern Maine Women’s Re- entry Center.

This innovative programming as offered by domestic violence advocates is one of only a few in the United States. Partnerships with Maine Pretrial and other community agencies strengthen this important work, whose goal is to keep victims of abuse safer, strengthen families, and ultimately reduce further involvement with the criminal justice system.

Contact us to learn more.

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Innovative & Responsive Organization working to End Domestic Violence in Cumberland County Maine

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Innovative & Responsive Organization working to End Domestic Violence in Cumberland County Maine

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