TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - We have developing news involving the Council on Domestic Abuse, also known as CODA.
CODA's Executive Director told News 10 the organization will suspend residential service starting on September 14.
They say the lack of funding is the main reason.
CODA says slow state grant reimbursement is also partly to blame.
CODA wants to raise $150,000 to restore residential services to survivors of domestic abuse.
Dominic Miranda will have much more on News 10 First @ Five and News 10 at 6:00.
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