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Letter to the Editor

Domestic violence still a problem Editor, The Sun: For the first time in my life, I am caught up. Writing friends, doing household chores and maintenance, gardening - small accomplishments that represent a great achievement. The one thing missing is the comfort that comes from being in the physical presence of loved ones. I am fortunate - I actively enjoy being around all of my family, all of my friends, those in the community with whom I used to interact regularly – but that is not true for everyone. A significant number of people cannot enjoy this time holed up with their family due to the additional tensions raised by issues of job and food security. An unfortunate outcome of his isolation is an increase in domestic violence. Please be aware that there are methods of reporting suspected cases of child and partner abuse and places of refuge for such victims. These are numbers to contact : Kentucky Statewide Child & Adult Abuse Hotline: (877) 597-2331 National Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 799-7233 or text LOVEIS to 22522. Greenhouse 17 24-hour hotline: (800) 544-2022 Ellen Scarbrough Woodford County


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