Duffie Stone, 14th Circuit solicitor, greets Shauw Chin Capps, executive director for Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, on Sunday after being the first to sign the Child Abuse Response Protocol. Hope Haven hosted a grand opening for its new Beaufort facility. The organization provides resources to children, adults and families dealing with sexual abuse and rape.
Duffie Stone, 14th Circuit solicitor, greets Shauw Chin Capps, executive director for Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, on Sunday after being the first to sign the Child Abuse Response Protocol. Hope Haven hosted a grand opening for its new Beaufort facility. The organization provides resources to children, adults and families dealing with sexual abuse and rape. Delayna Earley
Duffie Stone, 14th Circuit solicitor, greets Shauw Chin Capps, executive director for Hope Haven of the Lowcountry, on Sunday after being the first to sign the Child Abuse Response Protocol. Hope Haven hosted a grand opening for its new Beaufort facility. The organization provides resources to children, adults and families dealing with sexual abuse and rape. Delayna Earley

Law enforcement, community organizations sign child abuse protocols at Hope Haven opening

February 16, 2014 7:18 PM