Safe Harbor Services Threatened By Budget Crisis

The special services for underage children who are victims of sexual exploitation are threatened by the State budget crisis. Katherine Mullen, an attorney in the Juvenile Rights Practice and one of the primary advocates credited with getting the Safe Harbor legislation passed was interviewed by City Limits.

"The idea was that programs would be up and running before the law went into effect this year," Cait Mullen told City Limits. The State was to develop a number of services for children including safe houses and medical and psychiatric programs under Safe Harbors.

Read the full City Limits Weekly article.