There’s a “cliff coming” for victim services

A key pot of funding for programs that support victims of crime, including domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse, is drying up, and advocates want help from Congress.

A resident at a California shelter for teenagers battling drug addiction, domestic violence, and sexual abuse, in 2015 (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

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