Range Mental Health Center received a $5,000 donation from Cliff’s Natural Resources as part of the $25,000 pledge to the Women’s Wing Expansion Project at Merritt House in Virginia. This wing will offer women struggling with mental illness improved access to services, privacy and safety.
In addition, a check for $5,000 was again approved for children and families receiving services through the ADAPT Program of Range Mental Health Center. Range Mental Health Center’s ADAPT Program provides Community and School Based Mental Health services in 13 school districts across the Arrowhead region.
Pictured are: Stephen Taylor, M.A., LP; Sandy Karnowski, district manager, public affairs, Cliffs Natural Resources; and Mary Carpenter, M.S., Ed., LP, co-chief executive officer for RMHC.
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