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Women’s Center & Shelter unveils updated RUSafe app tonight

Mary Pickels
Women's Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh celebrates 'Connection of Hope Day' and launch of new RUSafe mobile app verson.

The Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh and Aspirant are holding an event today to launch a new version of the RUSafe mobile app in the Pittsburgh community.

According to a news release, the app was developed and first launched within the Pittsburgh region and is intended to provide assistance for those impacted by domestic violence.

As part of the event, the office of Mayor William Peduto will declare June 27 as Women’s Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh Connection of Hope Day in the city, the release adds.

Representatives of the Pittsburgh Police, Southwest PA Says No More, and business and community leaders are expected to attend the North Shore event.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach her at 724-836-5401 or [email protected] or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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