Montgomery County organization secures $800K to promote Black youth mental health

A local organization aiding in alcohol and drug addiction and mental health services was recently chosen to be one of the recipients of more than $3 million in grants for a new initiative to demonstrate policy effectiveness to promote Black youth mental health.

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