New federal grant helps combat domestic violence in Nashville - WKRN News 2

New federal grant helps combat domestic violence in Nashville

Posted: Updated: Sep 20, 2013 05:03 AM
James Cayce homes courtesy of Google Maps. James Cayce homes courtesy of Google Maps.
James Cayce homes courtesy of Google Maps. James Cayce homes courtesy of Google Maps.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

A new federal grant will help combat domestic violence in Nashville.

The Martha O'Bryan Center has been awarded a three year, one million dollar grant to implement an anti-violence program.

The program directs it's help the James Cayce homes near downtown Nashville on the east side of the river.

The center will team up with Metro police and other community organizations for the project, aptly titled "Nashville Force for Good."

It is aimed at stopping a cycle of violence that begins with domestic problems and leads to more violent crimes.

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