The Saginaw County Community Mental Health Authority received a six-year, $9 million grant to develop care for the county.
The care system, 500 Hancock in Saginaw, provides services for 500 families with children who have serious emotional disturbance; about 12 percent of children in the county have a such a disorder.
“We could not be more appreciative or proud and a bit surprised,” said CEO Sandra Lindsey in a press release. “Most applicants aren’t funded on the first try.”
The grant was awarded by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Read more here: Saginaw County mental health authority receives $9 million grant | MLive.com.
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