Working To Enhance The Quality Of Life
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Episcopal Social Ministries, Inc.

For the replication in the Collington Square neighborhood of the Cathedral House Re-Entry Program for recovering addicts and alcoholics. The eight-week session offers a non-traditional approach to the challenges confronting newly recovering and homeless, substance abusers: a combination of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, instruction in spiritual literacy, life skills, and job readiness.

Chrysalis House

For planning and construction costs for expansion of a long-term residential drug treatment facility for homeless women and their children. The program, a family focused treatment approach, provides a variety of interventions addressing residents' needs: parenting, vocational and social skills, education, and housing.

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