Victims of Crime Benefited by Federal Grants - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/18/04

Victims of Crime Benefited by Federal Grants

Several groups in Lubbock county are set to receive nearly $339,000 in grants to help victims of crime.

  • The Children's Advocacy Center will receive more than $107,000.
  • Nearly $115,000 will go to Women's Protective Services in Lubbock.
  • The Lubbock Victim Assistance Services will receive more than $74,000.
  • Almost $42,000 is earmarked for the Lubbock Victim Rape Crisis Center.

The grants are awarded under the Federal Victims of Crime Act.

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