Any 2016 funding cuts to the Child Advocacy Center, which is located in the former Lincoln Elementary building, “would be a significant negative impact on our ability to serve children and families in a time of crisis,” the center’s executive director said.
Any 2016 funding cuts to the Child Advocacy Center, which is located in the former Lincoln Elementary building, “would be a significant negative impact on our ability to serve children and families in a time of crisis,” the center’s executive director said. Mike Hutmacher File photo
Any 2016 funding cuts to the Child Advocacy Center, which is located in the former Lincoln Elementary building, “would be a significant negative impact on our ability to serve children and families in a time of crisis,” the center’s executive director said. Mike Hutmacher File photo

Sedgwick County to warn organizations of possible funding cuts

May 12, 2015 08:18 PM