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Child Advocacy Program, Chautauqua County RSVP Create Calming Atmosphere

June 19, 2013
The Post-Journal

Chautauqua Advocacy Program and Chautauqua County RSVP began collaborating together around 2009, shortly after CAP opened its present home at 405 W. Third St. in Jamestown. Jana McDermott, executive director and Debbie Basile, project director Chautauqua County RSVP, met to discuss "how" or "if" the RSVP volunteers could assist them to bring hope, healing, and justice to families affected by sexual abuse. RSVP has recruited volunteers to serve in the CAP reception area, after completing proper orientation and training.

 
 
 

 

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