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Faith & Community Technical Support (FACTS)

Baylor Institute Receives $2.97 Million from Justice Department for Domestic Violence Research
[June 22, 2006]

RESEARCH UPDATE:

“FACTS: A Faith-Based and Community Solution to Reduce Domestic Violence” Keynote speaker Jay Hein

White House Director of Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives to Keynote Baylor Forum on FACTS: A Faith-Based and Community Solution to Reduce Domestic Violence [October 25, 2007]

Waco Tribune Herald: Talking faith and funding: Q&A with White House official Jay Hein
[October 26, 2007]

September 2006-October 2007: A Project Funded by the Office on Violence Against Women United States Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs
Rural Domestic Violence and Child Victimization Grant Program Special Initiative: Faith-Based and Community Organization Pilot Program
Grant Number 2006-WR-AX-K001 Award Amount – $2,975,035

The Faith and Community Technical Support (FACTS) project sought to provide small community and faith-based organizations with funds to assist rural victims of domestic violence. FACTS essentially comprised a sixteen-month project funded by the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) through its Rural Pilot Program. FACTS acted as an intermediary between OVW and small community and faith-based programs in order to locate potential grantees (June 2006), oversee a national grant competition (July 2006), disseminate grant awards (September 2006) and provide technical assistance to sub-awardees in rural communities throughout the United States (September 2006-October 2007). Organizationally, FACTS involved collaboration between staff at the Office of Victim Services (OVS), Helena, Montana, and the principal project staff at Baylor University, Waco, Texas.

Click here to view the final report of the project.