By: Crystal Earnhardt, Adventist Development and Relief Agency, courtesy Adventist Review

n November 2020, the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) renewed its operating license for the social service called “Emergency Reception Center for Victims of Domestic Violence.”

The shelter, located in Bucharest, enables women to escape abusive relationships by providing accommodations, food, emergency medical care, psychological counseling, social counseling, and guidance to a lawyer.

“ADRA House is a place where abused women and children begin a new path and regain their human dignity,” Robert Georgescu, executive director for ADRA in Romania, said. “We are glad that we can offer a warm, inviting, family atmosphere where professionals offer concrete help and solutions adapted to individual needs.”

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