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Help CHANA Reach Those in Need During COVID-19 Every day at CHANA, we are committed to the health and safety of all members of our community. We know that this may be a particularly frightening and isolating time for victims and survivors of abuse and trauma and their children. We also know that people are especially vulnerable to sexual and domestic violence during the chaos and uncertainty that accompanies a natural disaster, crisis or state of emergency like the one we are currently experiencing. As the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting nearly every aspect of our lives, tensions remain high. During a time when companies are requiring employees to work remotely and the government is recommending social distancing, victims may be isolated in their homes or in proximity to their abuser for extended periods of time. These factors can create situations where safety is compromised and danger escalates. CHANA is here for help. Throughout this crisis, CHANA will continue to provide a full spectrum of essential services including emergency shelter, crisis intervention, counseling, legal advocacy and safety planning, while following best practices and guidance from federal, state and local health partners as the situation unfolds.