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Hilltop receives grant to support domestic violence emergency shelters

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Hilltop Community Resources has received a $60,000 Daniels Fund grant to support its domestic violence emergency shelters in Mesa, Delta, Montrose and Ouray counties. This grant also funds Hilltop's Senior Daybreak program, located in Grand Junction.

In 2015, Hilltop's domestic violence programs provided emergency shelter nights to nearly 451 women and children, responded to 8,310 calls to the 24-hour crisis lines, and offered community services to 428 adults and children affected by domestic violence.

Additionally, the Daniels Fund grant provides funds to Hilltop's Senior Daybreak, an adult day care program that provides a safe and stimulating environment for seniors dealing with memory loss, confusion and medical frailty.

Hilltop Community Resources' 24 programs provide services and activities that are comprehensive, family-focused and supported by community collaborations in Mesa, Delta, Montrose and Ouray counties. For more information, visit www.htop.org.

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