After graduating from college in 2005, Lynsay Nuss knew she was interested in helping people, but the psychology graduate wasn’t sure which road she wanted to take.
So she took a position with the Lodi office of the Women’s Center of San Joaquin, an agency that provides aid to victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault, as well as runaway youths. Eight years later, the 31-year-old has discovered a passion for helping people get out of such situations. She serves as a domestic violence program specialist as well as working in individual peer counseling and assisting clients with restraining orders, advocacy and court accompaniment.
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