HI-LINE’S HELP For ABUSED SPOUSES
A Non-Profit Organization Serving Victims of Abuse for Over 30 Years in North Central Montana
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“Enabling Peace by Breaking the Silence”
"This website is dedicated to every child; may we have the power, courage, faith and perseverance to give them a world free of abuse, neglect and fear. May they only know love, happiness, laughter, peace and a life free of violence."
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Even with large drop in funding, HLHAS continues to help victims Hi-Line’s Help for Abused Spouses By Briana Wipf, Editor, Shelby Promote, Last fall, Hi-Line’s Help for Abused Spouses Director Connie Huffman was notified HLHAS would not receive a federal rural domestic violence and sexual assault grant.  CLICK HERE TO READ FULL STORY Abuse Victims Remembered at ‘Light Up The Night’ Thursday, 12 April 2012 11:37 PRESENTING COLORS — The wind was blowing and the flags were flying at the first Light Up the Night held at the CHS football field on Wednesday night. Presenting the flags were Pat Becker with the American Legion flag, Everett Snortland with the Montana State flag and Brad Huffman presenting the American flag. I-O Photo by Pat Lee The first Light up the Night event on Wednesday was hampered by a chilly evening and blustery winds. However, a number of hearty souls were out to remember and honor victims of sexual assault and child abuse. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL STORY Is Religion a Resource or Roadblock for Victims? When a victim of violence, be it physical, sexual or emotional, goes  to her church or clergy for help, what is she likely to find?  Click  here to read more. 
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