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  • Did You Know...

    In fiscal year 2018, The Department of Justice's Office of Violence Against Women awarded a record $467 million under Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) . Office of Violence Against Women (OVW) discretionary grantees serve an average of 125,000 victims every six months and formula sub-grantees serve over 400,000 victims each year. VAWA funding supports victim advocates who answer over a million hotline calls and provides over 2 million housing and shelter bed-nights for victims and their children annually. Every year, VAWA-funded professionals assist victims in securing more than 200,000 protection orders.
    CREDIT: https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/doj-change-domestic-violence-definition/

  • On April 4th, staff and board members from A Woman's Place traveled to Washington to witness a historic vote as the US House of Representatives voted to pass the most ambitious and powerful re-authorization of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) the country has seen.

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