GREENSBURG (KDKA) — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Greensburg has set up a survivor’s compensation program so people who’ve been abused by priests can work with the diocese to reach a resolution.READ MORE: 2 Dogs Found Shot To Death In Westmoreland County
The diocese has set up a Counseling and Spiritual Guidance program for anyone who’s been abused.
It’ll be administered independently of the diocese.READ MORE: Firefighters Battle Large Blaze At Fox Chapel Home
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You can access information about the program online.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Police Search For Missing, Endangered Woman Carol Wells