Salina Agencies Get $124K For Victims' Services
Associated Press - Sat 12:31 PM 09/22/2012
Ashby House is receiving about $23,000, Child Advocacy and Parenting Services, Inc. is getting about $32,000, and the Domestic Violence Association of Central Kansas is receiving about $68,000.
Three Salina organizations have been awarded a total of about $123,000 for victims' service programs.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced the grants Friday.
Ashby House is receiving about $23,000 for programs aimed at chemically dependent domestic violence victims; Child Advocacy and Parenting Services, Inc. is getting about $14,000 for its sexual abuse prevention training program, and about $18,000 to provide 24-hour advocacy and support for abuse victims. And, the Domestic Violence Association of Central Kansas is receiving about $68,000 for emergency shelter and other support services.
The attorney general's office has awarded nearly $2 million in grants this year to local and state crime victim assistance
organizations through the Victims' Services Grants Program.
Associated Press information from: The Salina Journal