A stay-at-home order put in place on both sides of the river is entering its first weekend and in some cases, putting domestic violence survivors and their abusers in semi-permanent close quarters. Susan Kidder, CEO of Safe Connections, said the number of calls into the center's 24 hour crisis help line has increased over the last several weeks.

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