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Knoxville Family Justice Center creates safety cards for businesses to distribute with deliveries

These safety cards have critical information including helplines and links to their website where people can access safety plans.
Brochures at the Knoxville Family Justice Center encouraging those who are a victim to domestic violence to get help.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — While the Knox County community is doing its best to stay home and prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Knoxville Family Justice Center knows home is not a safe place for everybody.

The Knoxville Family Justice Center is passing out their safety cards to businesses who are remaining open, have curbside pick-up, or home delivery. 

These safety cards can be included in each order, and have critical information including helplines and links to their website where people can access safety plans.

If you are a local business, the Family Justice Center urges you to send an email to info@FJCknoxville.org, shoot them a message on Facebook or Instagram, or give them a call at (865) 521-6336 so they can send you the safety cards.

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