“It is such an honor for CYDC to be chosen by the Office of the Attorney General as a recipient of these funds,” said CYDC CEO, Beverly Hardin. “We are committed to serving youth and families in crisis and this funding will allow us to continue to provide programs and support for victims, particularly young women who have experienced violence and abuse.”
The grants are administered through the South Carolina Department of Crime Victim Assistance Grants (DCVAG). The department’s mission is to enhance South Carolina’s capacity to assist crime victims and to provide leadership in the promotion of justice and healing. Through grant funding, victims can receive services including:
- Victim Advocacy
- Residential Shelter
- Forensic Interviews and Forensic Nurse Examination and
- Emergency Assistance
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