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Governor Brownback announces $4 million in grants for domestic violence and sexual assault victims in Kansas

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Topeka - Kansas Governor Sam Brownback today announced the grant recipients of the 2015 Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services Grant program. This $4 million state general funds program provides funds to support services, outreach, and training for community-based sexual and domestic violence victims and direct service providers.

2015 SGF for DV/SA Grant Awards

Allen- Hope Unlimited $98,691

Barton- Family Crisis Center, Inc. $165,308

Butler- Family Life Center $71,969

Cowley- Safe Homes $136,075

Crawford- Safehouse Crisis Center $190,937

Douglas- GaDuGi SafeCenter $53,501

Douglas- The Willow Domestic Violence Center $197,033

Ellis- Options: Domestic & Sexual Violence Services $164,405

Finney Family Crisis Services $97,868

Harvey- Harvey Co. Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Task Force $116,373

Johnson- SAFEHOME $277,295

Leavenworth- Alliance Against Family Violence $52,317

Lyon- SOS $182,140

Reno- Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center $127,937

Riley Crisis Center $329,659

Saline- Domestic Violence Association of Central Kansas $284,953

Sedgwick- Catholic Charities, Harbor House $147,353

Sedgwick- StepStone $59,612

Sedgwick- Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center $162,572

Sedgwick- YWCA of Wichita $106,803

Seward- Liberal Area Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence Services $130,804

Shawnee- Kansas Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence $340,000

Shawnee- YWCA Center for Safety & Empowerment $197,311

Wyandotte- Friends of Yates $241,512

Wyandotte- Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault $137,149

TOTAL:  $4,069,577

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