A shift in state funding going to area non-profits has lead to closed agencies, cuts in services and layoffs.
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2013 Contracts to Montgomery County agencies funded by Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
Arbor Education & Training: $120,000
Clothes that Work: $25,000
East End Community Services: $15,000
Salvation Army: $15,000
Sinclair Community College: $300,000
WEP Program: $1,078,500 (East End, $449,000; Goodwill, $449,000; Miami Valley Career Technology Center, $13,500; $Wesley Center $167,000)
Unified Health Solutions: $15,000