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2022 Crime Victims’ Services Awards Event Ceremony (April 2022)
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In 2021, Barrier Free Living (BFL) celebrated our 40th Anniversary with our 40 years of Firsts Event.
BFL began its ground-breaking work with people with disabilities as a Federally-funded Research and Demonstration Project first known as “Project Outward Bound.” Today, our teams work with survivors of domestic violence with disabilities at our programs: Freedom House, Secret Garden and BFL Apartments.
Edward Joins BFL Learning Center Team | Read
Barrier Free Living Awarded $6.9 Million For Freedom Village | Read
NYC Fashion High School Show Shines Light On Domestic Violence Awareness | Read
Volunteer Brings Career Empowerment Workshops To BFL | Read
Open Host Features Barrier Free Living & Crime Victims Service Award Honor | Read
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Photo: Ribbon cutting ceremony at Barrier Free Living Apartments, 2015.