This week on Street Beat, April is Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Prevention Month and host Roxanne Steele from 98.7 AMP Radio chats with groups working to end abuse against women and children.

First up, Adrienne Gasperoni, the Youth and Family Director at Turning Point, is here to share how they are helping victims.

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Then, Roxanne sits with a couple of guests from the YWCA Interim House and SAAS, Program Director Tracey Helms and Case Manager Lashawn Cornelious, to discuss how their programs are dedicated to empowering survivors of domestic and sexual assault.

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Next, Stacie Bowens, the District Manager of the Michigan Department of Human Services, informs us of the important steps to take when witnessing or experiencing abuse.

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Finally, Carol Furlong, the Executive Director of CARE House, offers programs for the community to assist even the littlest victims of abuse and neglect.

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