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ViewPoint Bank Funds Senior Crimestoppers Program at Meadows Health and Rehab Center in Dallas
Date:12/7/2007

Dedication Ceremony to be held Wednesday, December 12 at Facility

PLANO, Texas, Dec. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The seniors living at The Meadows Health and Rehab Center in Dallas will have a safer environment thanks to the Senior Crimestoppers Program that ViewPoint Bank is sponsoring at the facility. ViewPoint Bank is funding the program through the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation, Inc., an organization devoted to reducing crimes in the nation's senior housing facilities.

"Crime against nursing home residents happens more than we'd like to think," said ViewPoint Bank Community Reinvestment Officer Kim Weaver-McDonald. "We're thrilled to sponsor a program that will provide a safe, secure living environment for residents and staff."

The SHCPF and ViewPoint Bank will hold a dedication ceremony at the center Wednesday, December 12 at 10 a.m. at 8383 Meadows Road, Dallas, TX 75231. ViewPoint Bank President and CEO Gary Base will speak at the ceremony as will representatives from the Texas Bankers Association, The SHCPF and The Meadows.

The primary components of the Senior Crimestoppers Program include personal lockboxes for residents to help prevent theft and loss of personal property; an anonymous round-the-clock tip line; and cash rewards to tipsters who help solve or prevent an incident.

Nationally, the program has reduced incidents of crime in participating senior housing facilities by approximately 90 percent. For more information on Senior Crimestoppers, visit http://www.seniorcrimestoppers.org.

ViewPoint Bank is the wholly owned subsidiary of ViewPoint Financial Group (Nasdaq: VPFG).

Headquartered in Plano, Texas, ViewPoint is the largest financial institution based in Collin County, with more than $1.6 billion in assets. It operates 30 branches and 9 loan production offices. For more information, please visit http://www.viewpointbank.com.


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