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  Louis H. Garfield House

This historic three unit building in Newton Corner, named for a former board member who died unexpectedly, opened in 1996 and provides transitional housing for women and children who are survivors of domestic violence. The women are graduates of the Second Step Program in Newton, which provides housing and supportive services. The families are also assisted in finding permanent housing.

Louis H. Garfield House

Project developed, in part, with Newton Community Preservation Funds.

 

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