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2005 Grant Recipients
Health and Well-Being
Greater Lynn Senior Services
Older Battered Women's Program
This program identifies battered women, convinces them the value of a support group, works on building self-esteem, and provides them with access to local services including legal and housing assistance.
S.A.F.E. Studio, Inc.
Female–at-Risk offers educational and therapeutic art programs for survivors, and those at risk of abuse and trauma.
The YWCA of Newburyport
Women’s Health Advocacy Program
A direct public outreach program which provides breast and cervical cancer education information to the public as well as support for, and linkage to, the region's medical service providers.
Health Quarters, Inc.
The North Shore Cervical Cancer Prevention Program
A clinical program which provides assistance for women who are uninsured, under-insured or otherwise unable to pay fees for follow-up and treatment after receiving an abnormal Pap smear result.
The Women's Crisis Center
The Domestic Violence Legal Advocacy Program
This program offers comprehensive legal services to battered women (and their children) in an effort to level the playing field so that these women will receive fair representation in court.
Lawrence Boys & Girls Club
Smart Moves, The Real Deal, Fitness Authority and Baby Think it Over
Four health-related after-school programs for girls: We support these programs so they may continue to help girls understand the importance of dignity, health promotion, and self-respect.