Ten 16 Recovery Network Receives Grant for Clothes Dressers


Foundation: Midland Area Community Foundation

credit: Think Progress

Ten 16 Recovery Network, a Midland-bases nonprofit agency, receives $4,743 from the Midland Area Community Foundation for the purchase of clothes dressers for use in independent living facilities recently opened in the area.

The facilities are homes for people active in their recovery from substance abuse and addiction. The grant enabled the purchase of 20 strong, five-drawer dressers and other furnishings to be used in the homes.

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