Ohio Joins CA In Offering Victim Support Network

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Ohio will follow California as the second state to offer a network of support services to victims of violent crime, including sexual assault and human trafficking, in a partnership between hospitals and victim services agencies, reports the Columbus Dispatch. The announcement of a $2.6 million grant divided among five agencies came from Attorney General Mike DeWine. "What we're really . . .

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