Webster announces state grant for Laurel House
WEST NORRITON, June 13 – State Rep. Joe Webster announced today that Laurel House was awarded grant funding by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency.
Laurel House, in Norristown, was awarded $366,226 for its domestic violence shelter and supportive services through the 2019-20 Victims of Crime Act funding program.
“Laurel House does important work to support domestic violence survivors, and I’m pleased to see funding awarded to help them,” said Webster, D-Montgomery.
More information about the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency is available here.
Additional Montgomery County agencies receiving grants were:
2019-20 Victims of Crime Act funding:
- Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County - $89,324
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving – PA State Office - $225,592
- Victim Services Center of Montgomery County - $696,725
- Women’s Center of Montgomery County – $366,228
State Violence and Delinquency Prevention Programs funding:
- Family Service of Montgomery County - $150,000 for Montgomery County CTC Positive Parenting Initiative
Children’s Advocacy Center Advisory Committee Endowment Act – Programs Assisting Victims funding:
- Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County - $100,000