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Award Decisions Coming Soon

Award decisions for Community Crime Prevention and Youth Intervention Program grant programs are expected to be sent out by Friday, Oct. 25.

Domestic Violence is an Equal-Opportunity Destroyer

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You could call domestic violence an equal-opportunity destroyer. It doesn’t discriminate. Victims and their abusers can be male or female, young or old, gay or straight. They can be any race, any religion. Rich or poor; any level of education; married, living together or dating: Anyone can have their lives altered and even destroyed by domestic violence.

This blog tells you the main components of domestic violence and what you can do about it, whether you’re a victim or a bystander, during Domestic Violence Awareness Month and beyond.

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Funding Available

Please see our grants page for details on the following Requests for Proposals:

  • Title II Juvenile Justice Grants to Reduce and Eliminate Ethnic and Racial Disparities in Minnesota’s Juvenile Justice System, due Nov. 8

 

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