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Eagle Tribune April 22, 2020
“The pandemic itself might not be creating more abuse, but is creating more opportunity for abuse," said Pamela Keilig, public policy specialist for the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.
She explained that current circumstances might give abusers the ability to exert more power, especially in decision-making.
The worst outcome, she said, would be that people stop reaching out for help, especially, she said, if they don't realize it's still available.
“Even though we are isolating we don’t have to be alone," Keilig said.