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Homeless Youth Shelter Gets $58,000 State Grant
DAYTON -- An emergency youth shelter has been granted a $58,853 grant from the state.
Daybreak, in Dayton, operates a 24-hour crisis hotline and emergency youth shelter. It also provides outreach, prevention, and other life-skills services to more than 1,500 runaway and homeless youth per year.
"Daybreak already provides excellent services for the area's at-risk youth, and we are pleased to contribute towards their efforts to eliminate homelessness in the Miami Valley," said Attorney General Mike DeWine.
According to DeWine's office, the funding allotted to Daybreak will pay for a full-time social worker and a full-time residential specialist. The staff will assist youth who have been victimized before becoming homeless.
The money is part of more than $17 million in grant funds being distributed by the Ohio Attorney General's Office to crime victim services agencies statewide.
Daybreak is one of eight new grant recipients to receive Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) and/or State Victims Assistance Act (SVAA) grant funding for the 2013-2014 fiscal year.
Other new grant recipients include:
Harmony House, Inc., Belmont County, $15,527
Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cuyahoga County, $55,000
Ohio Network of Children's Advocacy Center, Franklin County, $14,560
Guernsey County Child Advocacy Center, Guernsey County, $20,808
The Salvation Army, Hamilton County, $49,356
Hancock County Center for Safe and Healthy Children, Hancock County, $16,856
Tuscarawas County Child Advocacy Center, Tuscarawas County, $8,164
An additional 268 crime victim service agencies in Ohio will share continuing funding in the amount of $17 million.
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DeWine's office says the state and federal grants are funded by court costs and license reinstatement fees.
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