Articles with keyword "Nathaniel Fields"

WNYC News Explores How Transitional Housing Funding Cuts May Affect Domestic Violence Victims

Posted on: Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Keywords: Safe Horizon, Nathaniel Fields, nonprofits, domestic violence, homeless, transitional housing, funding cuts

As Subsidies Dry Up, Homeless Families Struggle to Find Housing Tuesday, November 01, 2011 By Cindy Rodriguez For decades, homeless families with children entering a city shelter could count on receiving housing subsidies to help them transition out of homelessness...

Funding for Domestic Violence Survivors Diminished by Local Governments Across U.S.

Posted on: Thursday, October 20, 2011

Keywords: Safe Horizon, domestic violence, Nathaniel Fields, domestic violence funding, domestic violence survivors

Local Governments Slash Funding for Domestic Violence Survivors By Bryce CovertOctober 19, 2011   After Chad Taylor, the district attorney of Shawnee County in Topeka, Kansas, had his budget cut by the County Commission last month, he announced that he no...

Manhattan Shines Light on Domestic Violence with Event in Times Square

Posted on: Monday, October 17, 2011

Keywords: Nathaniel Fields, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Safe Horizon

Manhattan Shines Light on Domestic Violence with Event in Times SquareSafe Horizon to participate in several events this month in the five boroughsIn honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and the New York State Office...

Board Member Sil Lai Abrams Interview with Domestic Violence Expert Nathaniel Fields Featured in

Posted on: Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Keywords: Sil Lai Abrams, Domestic Violence, Hotline Programs, Nathaniel Fields,

Safe Horizon Board Member Sil Lai Abrams and Senior Vice President of Domestic Violence Shelter and Hotline Programs Nathaniel Fields are interviewed in this September 17, 2011 article for the, discussing the struggles faced by victims of domestic violence...

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