Youngkin deploys state funds to faith-based community groups help with mental health and addiction
Today, we announced $800,000 micro-grants to encourage and empower qualifying faith-based & community organizations to help Virginians and their families struggling with mental health and substance use issues to get them the Right Help, Right Now. https://t.co/I13LieXMXK pic.twitter.com/azV5j0obst
— Governor Glenn Youngkin (@GovernorVA) October 24, 2023
Governor Glenn Youngkin’s administration has earmarked $800,000 for faith-based and community organizations to provide more access to mental health and drug addiction counseling.
Non-profit groups can receive up to $15,000 to establish those services that Youngkin says must be included as a team effort to help those who need treatment.
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