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'Cut It Out' program helps hair stylists spot the signs of domestic abuse

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A program called ‘Cut It Out’ puts hairstylists on the front lines to fight domestic violence. (Photo: WEYI/WSMH)

A lot of times your hairstylist can become one of your good friends.

There's something special about that bond when you sit in their chair, but did you know your hairstylist could also be a resource?

A program called ‘Cut It Out’ puts hairstylists on the front lines to fight domestic violence.

Women’s Aid Service in Isabella County trains hairstylists servicing Isabella, Gratiot and Clare Counties how to detect signs of domestic violence while working with their clients.

Find out more here.