Ullman announces over $1 million in state grants for Bucks County

DOYLESTOWN, Sept. 12 – State Rep. Wendy Ullman announced today that the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency awarded $1.2 million in state grants to Bucks County initiatives serving vulnerable and underserved victims.

She said that the grants will expand critical domestic violence services and protect vulnerable populations from elder abuse and financial exploitation.

“I want to congratulate these programs because they serve some of the most hurt populations in our community,” said Ullman, D-Bucks. “It’s critical that these programs have sufficient funds to perform their vital work.”

The following grants were funded with money from Pennsylvania’s Victims of Crime Act through the PCCD:

  • A Woman’s Place, to deliver services to victims $300,000

  • Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA), to enhance services to underserved populations $263,253

  • SeniorLAW Center’s Keeping Elder Victims S.A.F.E., to protect seniors from abuse $648,562