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Those who have, help those who are struggling: Habitat Interlude, in Kapuskasing, Ont., is a shelter for women 16 years of age and older who are experiencing a crisis situation, which may include physical abuse.

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Caption: Those who have, help those who are struggling: Habitat Interlude, in Kapuskasing, Ont., is a shelter for women 16 years of age and older who are experiencing a crisis situation, which may include physical abuse. These women from the Ladies' Group at St. John's, Kapuskasing, have collected personal items that the Habitat women may need once they leave the shelter program. From left: Kay Stevenson, Ruth Sherwin, Betty Johnson, Anne Jamieson, Nan Hassell, Brigitte Stenabaugh (Habitat Representative), Anne Osborne and Marjorie Twaddle.
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Title Annotation:People & Places
Publication:Presbyterian Record
Article Type:Photograph
Geographic Code:1CANA
Date:May 1, 2008
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