Recovery Act Money and the Women's Center of Montgomery County

On my way from Scranton to Washington this morning, I stopped in Elkins Park, Montgomery County to tour the Women's Center of Montgomery County to see Recovery dollars at work. The Women's Center received federal funding through the STOP Violence Against Women grant program.  This money allowed the Center to create two new jobs, retain six more and expand the hours of another part-time employee.

The work of the employees and volunteers is truly inspirational. They assist women in some of the darkest days of their lives to find them the resources and services they need to stay safe and succeed.  The Center serves as just one example of how the Recovery Act creates jobs, but also how it has a profound and positive impact in the community.

I'm off to Washington barring more snow.

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