were served by programs funded by the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) in 2015.
Each year, FYSB administers FVPSA grants that provide safe housing, counseling and more to victims of domestic violence.
have been victims of domestic violence in their lifetime, according to The National Domestic Violence Hotline.
FYSB's Family Violence Prevention Services Program exists to ensure that all victims of domestic violence have access to the services and supports that they need to live a life free of abuse.
had less than a high school education, 53.9 percent had completed high school (or its equivalent) with no further education, and 7.5 percent of adult recipients had achieved more than a high school level of education. Find out more information about the latest TANF characteristics, financial circumstances, caseload, and application data.
is the average amount TANF recipient families received in FY 2015. View more information on latest TANF characteristics, financial circumstances, caseload, and application data.
which is up from the 33.5 percent in FY2013. Work participation rates measure how well states engage families receiving assistance in certain work activities during a fiscal year. For more information on the FY 2014 TANF work participation rates.
or approximately $2.1 billion, was spent on work, education, and training activities across the country in FY 2015. For more information on FY 2015 TANF financial data.