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Leaving any abusive situation is emotional and traumatic, but imagine how difficult of an ordeal it might be when one has to pack and move, too. Thanks to a moving company in California, women – or men – seeking to leave an abusive living situation no longer need to face the daunting task alone.
Aaron and Evan Steed, the owners of Meathead Movers, have helped hundreds of women leave homes in which they were abused by a partner. The two first started their business in 1997 as high school athletes seeking to make a bit of extra cash.
Back then, their fee was about $20 and a pizza. But since then, their business has grown, and with it, the type of clientele they work with.
When the pair began getting occasional, frantic phone calls from women with little or no money who needed to move out before their abusers returned home, they decided to get involved and assist those in need – free of charge.