Dominion Ventures Group recently received a grant through its Community of donors and Philanthropic Resources.
Online PR News – 25-November-2015 – Corona CA – Project Information:
Los Angeles California November 22, 2015 — Executive Director, Janet Petty of Dominion Ventures Group announced receiving a grant to fund full and partial scholarships to candidates needing Chemical Dependency Treatment. Applications are first come first serve basis. Applications are available on the company's website, www.DominionVenturesGroup.com . The Scholarships will be granted immediately and just in time for the Holiday Season.
Dominion Ventures Group praised the new initiative as God sent and is grateful for its Community of Donors that made this grant program possible.
“We’ve been waiting to see our Scholarship program take shape for quite some time,” Jami Owens, Board member of Dominion Ventures Group said in reaction to the news. “Obviously, this wait has been well worth it. This scholarship program will change the way we assist clients in putting the pieces back together.
This announcement comes on the heels of Dominion Ventures Group‘s move to a larger facility in Corona CA.
"Dominion Ventures Group exists to aggressively battle addiction, homelessness, unemployment and poor healthcare!" thus, the sheer joy of receiving funding for our Addiction Treatment Scholarship program is exhilarating! Dominion Ventures Group President Joseph Petty Sr was adamantly supportive, saying, "we are so grateful, we hope this encourages others to pledge their support in helping us reach out to those needing services. It’s a truly exciting time for Dominion Ventures Group.
We hope that our scholarship program will also receive a thumbs-up from other county and community, funding sources.
We plan to start processing grant request immediately and hope to have clients in treatment within two weeks of being approved.
About Dominion Ventures Group:
Founded in 2006, Dominion Ventures Group is a leader in providing assistance and referrals to those that suffer with addiction, homelessness, unemployment and poor health care.