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Brooke’s House receives $30,000 for recovery work

The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) awarded $12 million to 33 projects through its Investments Supporting Partnerships In Recovery Ecosystems (INSPIRE) initiative on Thursday, September 8. The funds are meant to tackle Appalachia’s substance use disorder (SUD) crisis with investments in projects that “create or expand services in the recovery ecosystem leading to workforce entry and re-entry.”

Brooke’s House, in Hagerstown, was one of the projects to receive funds under this round of awards. A transitional house for women move from substance use . . .

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