(HEALTH) HHS Offers $4.2M for Substance Abuse Recovery Initiative

April 2010
Children & Youth Funding Report;4/16/2010, p9
The article offers information on the Community Resilience and Recovery Initiative (CRRI) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The program of the department intends to provide illness prevention and support services to those affected economic downturn. It adds that the CRRI also works on family violence, anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. Details related to the funding awards for grantees are also mentioned.


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