Local Domestic Violence Prevention Center Opens Resale Boutique

by Shelly Byrd

Rural Arkansas Special Populations Director Mandy Turner, pictured left. Hempstead County Coordinator, Whitney Elmer, pictured right.

On December 11, 2019 The Domestic Violence Prevention Center opened a resale boutique along side the advocacy center in Hope. With the opening of the new boutique they have moved to a new location at 1318 S. Main in Hope. Rural Arkansas Special Populations Director Mandy Turner is hopeful the resale store which is purely donation motivated, will be a huge help to families who have been victims of domestic violence and getting them back on their feet. “Come support our new local resale store for domestic violence. All proceeds go to helping victims and our shelter.” Mandy said.

The resale store is filled with tons of clothing, shoes and other items that will be a blessing to the community.

Mandy also added for those still struggling with domestic violence and looking for a way out, “Don’t be a victim. Attract what you expect, reflect what you desire, become what you respect, mirror what you admire.”

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