Governor Laura Kelly today announced that the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS), through its Kansas Community Suicide Prevention Grant program, has awarded $525,000 to address the ongoing crisis of suicide in Kansas. Fifteen community organizations have received $35,000 each to develop community-specific strategies to prevent suicide among at-risk Kansans. Suicide Prevention of Cowley County in Ark City is among the organizations getting money through the grant program.