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North Carolina makes plan to prevent domestic violence

The North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence will unveil a new plan to promote healthy relationships and prevent domestic violence.

The new plan will be unveiled this week at a biennial conference in Durham. North Carolina  was one of the 14 states that recieved money from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention in order to create campaigns to prevent domestic violence. Parts of the new program is to teach local faith leaders how they can help prevent domestic violence.

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