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www.wmfd.com - A shelter for teenaged girls who have been rescued from forced prostitution is partially open in Mansfield.

   
 
 
Rahab's Hideaway Partially Opens In Mansfield

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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A shelter for teenaged girls who have been rescued from forced prostitution is partially open in Mansfield.

Rahab's Hideaway encompasses four houses.The first girl has arrived, with three more coming this week.

When the shelter opens, it will house 15 girls. A large group of volunteers will work on renovations June 17 and 18. They'll also plant a community garden in the vacant lot at the corner of West Fifth and Bowman.

For more information, send an email to Program Administrator Tiffany Mitchell at [email protected], visit the website www.nisreinc.org, or call 614-253-8969.  

   
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