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liverpoolecho.co.uk 06 Aug, 2022 10:45 am

'Simple act' at nail salon turned homeless woman’s life around

'Simple act' at nail salon turned homeless woman’s life around
The woman was homeless for most of her adult life after experiencing domestic violence

A young woman came to Whitechapel Centre, a leading homeless and housing charity in the city, after experiencing domestic abuse.READ MORE: Victim's family cheers as killer who stabbed burglar to death jailed A spokesperson from Whitechapel Centre said: "This may seem a simple act, but she felt valued and cared for, her self confidence grew and she is now talking about returning to college to complete a hairdressing course." The Whitechapel Centre is the leading homeless and housing charity for the Liverpool region.A simple act at a nail salon helped turn a homeless woman's life around.

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