Nine W.Va. Community Groups Get Addiction Recovery Grants
The Appalachian Regional Commission has awarded millions of dollars in grants to support addiction recovery.
The ARC grants total $12 million for 33 community organizations in 11 states. West Virginia will receive nine of those awards.
God’s Way Home in Rainelle got $500,000. Mountain Health Network in Huntington also got $500,000.
Aspire Service Center in Morgantown and Semper Liberi Incorporated in Martinsburg each got more than $400,000.
The Community Education Group in Lost City, the Rural Appalachian Development League in Mullens and the Randolph County Housing Authority in Elkins also got more than $400,000.
Other awardees include Libera in Morgantown and New Vision Renewable Energy in Phillipi.
Virginia and Maryland received one award each. Pennsylvania and Ohio received three awards. Kentucky got six.