Dayton-area newborn recovery center proposes $3M housing initiative

A newborn recovery center based in Kettering is looking to expand its service by building supportive housing for mothers and their babies. The Dayton-area nonprofit is the first facility in the state of Ohio and only the second in the nation to offer an in-patient, home-like approach to serving babies born exposed to addictive substances, according to the nonprofit. A grant application for $2.7 million would significantly aid the future of the housing initiative.

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