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County battles increase child abuse

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By Nathan L. McBroom

Last year 151 children in Shelby County were confirmed to have been abused physically, sexually or through neglect. And what truly disturbs those who work with children is that each year many more abuses go unreported.

Most people in the community are unaware of the number of child abuse cases that happens here. That is not so for Beverley Hilger, whose passion is helping local children. As an advocate for abused children, Hilger sees the reality of the child abuse in Shelby County every day.


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