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Community Action Program brings in human element

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When Crystal Hodge landed at Sojourn House, the women’s shelter run by the Schenectady Community Action Program, she had little money and few material possessions. She had just left an abusive boyfriend and needed a place to stay. “[SCAP] gave me the necessities,” said Hodge, 29, of Schenectady. “They gave me a roof over my head, a safe environment for me and my son. They gave me counseling if I needed it. They gave me ...

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