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March 18, 2020


Ralston House Supporters,


Like you, I have been monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and am attentive to ensuring Ralston House takes the necessary steps and precautions to keep our community safe.  I have also been overwhelmed with emails and communication from the community sharing their steps to slow the spread of the coronavirus.  It’s refreshing to see our community band together to ensure that our community remains as healthy and safe as possible. 


Ralston House remains open for forensic interviews and victim advocacy, as needed.  In these uncertain and unprecedented times, child victims and their non-offending family members need a safe and comfortable space to share their story.  Ralston House, with the approval of its Board of Directors, is committed to remaining open for interviews as long as it is safe for our employees and the children and families that we serve.


We appreciate the trust that you place in Ralston House and we’re grateful to count you among our team.  We will continue to closely monitor the situation and will take actions necessary to help keep our community and the child victims and the families that we serve safe. 

Thank you,




Don Moseley

Executive Director

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