CoRR lands $9.3m federal loan |

CoRR lands $9.3m federal loan

Community Recovery Resources, Inc. – a substance abuse and mental health services agency in Grass Valley – is among three organizations in Northeastern California to receive competitive grants through the United States Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development Community Facilities Program.

“These projects were selected for funding on the basis of merit through a competitive process,” said Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Elk Grove, who announced the awards. “I am pleased that hard work and dedication of the recipients resulted in these awards.”

• A $9,317,000 loan to CoRR will be used to build the Center for Hope, providing care for families and individuals fighting addictions and struggling with mental health issues.

• A $13,600,000 loan to the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians will be used to construct a facility to expand medical services in El Dorado County and the surrounding area. The Shingle Springs Tribal Health Program is one of three facilities county clinics that accept Medi-Cal patients.

• The Alturas Police Department will receive a $38,210 grant to purchase an electronic records management system.


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