Jamie T. Bonser

Jamie T. Bonser

YWCA Hanover Safe Home has been providing vital, life-saving assistance to men, women and children who are domestic violence victims in the Hanover and surrounding areas since its inception in 1981.

For many of those years YWCA Hanover Safe Home worked closely with Survivors Inc. in neighboring Adams County. When Survivors closed in June, 2019, YWCA Hanover Safe Home made the decision and commitment to step in and expand our service area. Since Oct. 1, 2019, YWCA Hanover Safe Home has been the sole domestic violence agency in Adams County funded by the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

Jamie T. Bonser is the assistant director of Safe Home Hotline.

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