Library to provide resources for victims of domestic abuse

April 09, 2001

The Domestic Violence Program of the Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland will establish a lending library at its Woodlawn office to provide educational and self-help resources for low-income victims of domestic violence.

The library, which will be open next month, is to be funded by a $10,000 grant from the Maryland attorney general's office.

The Domestic Violence Program of the Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland has been serving victims of domestic violence since 1984. The program operates a 24-hour hot line at 410-828-6390.

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