Allen County and Crawford County domestic violence services receive grants


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

Topeka- Kansas Governor Sam Brownback today announced the grant recipients of the 2014 Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services Grant program. This $4.1 million state general fund program provides funds to support services, outreach, and training for community-based sexual and domestic violence victims and direct service providers.

2014 domestic violence and sexual assault services grant awards

County, Organization Name, Grant Award
Allen, Hope Unlimited, $96,074
Atchison, Domestic Violence Emergency Services, $100,974
Barton, Family Crisis Center, $154,396
Butler, Family Life Center, $71,969
Cowley, Safe Homes, $138,088
Crawford, Safehouse Crisis Center, $190,937
Douglas, GaDuGi SafeCenter, $51,712
Douglas, The Willow Domestic Violence Center, $195,150
Ellis, Options: Domestic & Sexual Violence Services, $162,239
Finney, Family Crisis Services, $93,409
Ford, Crisis Center of Dodge City, $57,386
Harvey, Harvey Co. Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Task Force, $109,577
Johnson, SAFEHOME, $267,600
Leavenworth, Alliance Against Family Violence, $73,181
Lyon, SOS, Inc., $182,185
Reno, Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Center, $123,870
Riley, Crisis Center, $339,215
Saline, Domestic Violence Association of Central Kansas, $241,514
Sedgwick, Catholic Charities, Harbor House, $149,577
Sedgwick, StepStone, $59,612
Sedgwick, Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center, $167,330
Sedgwick, YWCA of Wichita, $106,803
Seward, Liberal Area Rape Crisis/Domestic Violence Services, $120,267
Shawnee, Kansas Coalititon Against Sexual & Domestic Violence, $340,000
Shawnee, YWCA Center for Safety & Empowerment, $187,605
Wyandotte, Friends of Yates, $233,056
Wyandotte, Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault, $136,105

Total, $4,149,828