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The former Family Department of Community Recovery Resources, a nonprofit addiction rehabilitation group in Grass Valley, has changed its name to Mental Health and Recovery Services.

The name change reflects CORR’s expansion into dealing with co-occurring disorders, which happen when someone has both drug abuse and mental health issues.

The mental health issues a client may have could be as strong as diagnosed depression or bipolar illness, CORR Executive Director Warren Daniels.



Clients will receive group and individual psychotherapy and counseling, along with drug and alcohol abuse help. For more information or to ask for help, call CORR at 273-9541.

Benefit concert set for next week




A benefit concert organized by two Nevada Union High School students and designed to raise money for two local organizations promoting peace is set for May.

The event scheduled for 7 p.m. May 4 at the Grass Valley Veterans Hall features bands Soul Medic, Jah Light Band and Aquaterra.

The event will benefit the Nevada County Peace Center and the Jamaican Rastafarian Development Community.

Tickets for the concert are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. They can be purchased at Harmony Books, After the Gold Rush Records, Yabobo and California Organics.

Music for the event begins at 8 p.m.

Music festival slated for summer

The Rock-N-the Gateway summer festival and concert series is now planning for the 2007 season.

Strange Eye Sound Co. is organizing the event and looking for vendors, sponsors, musicians of all genres and other interested parties.

The concert series will feature music from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. June 9, July 14, Aug., 11, Sept. 8, Oct. 12 and Oct. 13 at Western Gateway Park in Penn Valley. For more information, call Mark Wyatt at 470-9183 or Brant Callahan at 271-7306.

– The Union staff


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