Lexington Habitat for Humanity now designated “safe space” for kids

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – There’s another designated site in Lexington young people who need help can go to.

Lexington Habitat for Humanity announced Monday the organization’s building is now officially a ‘safe place’ site.

Officials say if needed, children and teens can find immediate help and attention at the site on East Loudon Avenue.

To learn more, contact Arbor Youth Services or Safe Place Representative/Family Services Program Coordinator, Stefanie Binion. She can be reached at (859) 252-2224, extension 130, or at stefanieb@lexhabitat.org.

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