Wood County Gets Money From Victims of Crime Act

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West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin announces the recipients of the Victims of Crime Act Assistance.

51 public and private non-profit agencies across West Virginia are getting money.

Wood County Commission receives more than $32,000 for salaries that include a full and part-time victim advocate in the Wood County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.

They provide services to victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, child abuse or elderly abuse.

The Voices for Children Foundation receives more than $19,000 for a portion of the program director's salary.

CASA helps child abuse neglect victims in Wood, Wirt, Pleasants, Doddridge and Ritchie Counties.



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