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About Opening New Doors
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Transitional Housing for Survivors of Domestic Violence and their Children Opening New Doors is a small non-profit domestic violence organization located in a more rural part of Montgomery County. They believe strongly in the need for transitional housing for survivors and their children, so that there is an opportunity to receive support, the time needed, healing, peers and wraparound services. They are survivor founded and run. They offer bilingual services in Spanish and have other language interpreters available.
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