Short-term funding for domestic violence services in Adams County is in place through Sept. 30 while a long-term provider is still being sought, the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence (PCADV) announced Friday.

A new domestic violence hotline number for Adams County may be in place as early as next week, Julie Bancroft, PCADV spokesperson, said.

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