Oklahoma tribes receive $18M in federal grants
October 6, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Fifteen Oklahoma tribes will split $18 million in federal grants to address issues such as substance abuse, violence against women and community policing.
The Oklahoman reports the U.S. Justice Department announced the grants Tuesday.
The Quapaw Tribe will receive the largest grant, with $3.9 million earmarked for corrections and alternative programs to incarceration. The tribe also will receive almost $450,000 to address alcohol and substance abuse and more than $230,000 for policing.
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