Gov. Perry Awards $26 Million from Victims of Crime Act Funds - KFDA - NewsChannel 10 / Amarillo News, Weather, Sports

Gov. Perry Awards $26 Million from Victims of Crime Act Funds

 

Local:

$76,978 to the Family Support Services of Amarillo Victim Assistance Program

$103,840 to the Panhandle Assessment Center Kids Crisis Intervention Project

$69,863 to the Panhandle Crisis Center Intervention & Support for Victims of Violence

$40,508 to the Potter County Victim's Assistance Program

$116,279 to the Safe Place Victims Assistance Project

$48,770 to the Bridge Children's Advocacy Center

$70,256 to the Hutchinson County Crisis Center Victims Assistance Project

 

Statewide Programs:

$261,180 to the Texas Department of Public Safety Regional Victim Services Project

$188,548 to the Texas Advocacy Project Inc. Family and Sexual Violence Project

$1,631,479 to the Texas State Mothers Against Drunk Driving Statewide Victim Services Project

$365,639 to the Legal Aid of Northwest Texas Rural Safe at Home Project

$4,351,423 to Texas Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Inc.

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