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Three centers helping their communities forced to close

The Christian Appalachian Project plans to close three facilities in eastern Kentucky as funding runs low.

The group estimates they're about $1 million behind in annual fundraising revenue. The facilities marked for closure are Rainbow Respite, a residential program in Rockcastle County; Healing Rain, a 12-bed residential drug recovery program for women in Mount Vernon in Rockcastle County, and a Martin County child and family development center.

Filed under: Martin Co. | Kentucky | Economy | Public service


 
 

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