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Friday, April 24, 2015
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Elizabeth Justice from the Women’s Legacy Fund presents the check to Jamie Douglas from the Board of Half Way Home.
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Elizabeth Justice from the Women’s Legacy Fund presents the check to Jamie Douglas from the Board of Half Way Home.
Friday, April 24, 2015 8:43 PM

Half Way Home, Inc. has received the first 2015 grant from the Women’s Legacy Fund of the Montgomery County Community Foundation.  This new non-profit serving women who have substance use issues, will provide a 180 day residential treatment program for women who need additional supports as they work on their recovery from substance use.  In addition to providing housing, residents will receive many services including educational classes, support groups and information and referral to other needed services.   The Women’s Legacy Fund is providing $1,300 for curriculum and supplies needed for the educational classes.  Half Way Home is scheduled to open in the summer of this year.  For more information about Halfway Home you may contact Sarah Houston Dicks, the program’s founder.  Ms. Dicks can be reached at sdickslaw@att.net.  

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