Fort Washington, Pa. − September 21, 2023 – Today, Senator Maria Collett (D-12 Montgomery) announced more than $5.4 million in Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) grant funding for Montgomery County based agencies and organizations.
“As an attorney representing the interests of children victimized by abuse and neglect and as a nurse working with trauma patients, I saw just how crucial it is for folks to have access to a strong network of support and care,” said Senator Collett. “I was proud to support this $5.4 million investment in Montgomery County victims’ services, clinical care, legal aid and other resources to help break cycles of abuse in our communities and ensure victims can become survivors.”
Grant recipients serving the 12th Senatorial District include:
Continuing County Adult Probation and Parole Grant Funds
- $705,061 to Montgomery County for CCAPPG Funds.
Federal Victims of Crimes Act (VOCA) Funds
- $563,305 to Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania for legal services for domestic abuse victims.
- $198,141 to Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County for a coordinated response to child abuse.
- $418,971 to Laurel House for domestic violence services.
- $858,874 to The Lincoln Center for Family and Youth for 2023 non-competitive Heather’s Hope renewal.
- $549,804 to Victim Services of Montgomery County, Inc. for sexual assault and other crimes.
- $476,583 to Women’s Center of Montgomery County for domestic violence comprehensive services.
- $1,531,487 to SeniorLAW Center for Keeping Elder Victim S.A.F.E.
- $103,817 to Children’s Crisis Treatment Center for clinical care.
State Endowment Act Funds
- $49,966 to Child Advocacy Center of Montgomery County for Mission Kids YPSB.
More information about PCCD and the grant funding process can be found online.