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40 years on the front lines of crisis

Original post made on Oct 12, 2017

Now celebrating its 40th year, Tri-Valley Haven offers a multitude of services, including a 24-hour crisis line, individual and group counseling sessions, two shelters, a food pantry serving 1,700 families experiencing poverty, a thrift store, and programs at nearby jails and at local middle and high schools.

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