Steps to Recovery Homes – a Cottonwood nonprofit serving Arizonans struggling with substance use disorders – received a $50,000 grant to complete renovations for a new recovery center
WASHINGTON – Arizona Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Mark Kelly announced that Steps to Recovery Homes – a nonprofit in Cottonwood serving Arizonans struggling with substance use disorders – received a $50,000 rural development grant.
“Steps to Recovery Homes provides life-saving services to Arizonans struggling with substance use disorders. We’re proud to announce this rural development grant renovating a new recovery center that will save jobs and support Arizonans who are struggling,” said Sinema.
“This grant will provide job support and boost life-saving services for Arizonans in need,” said Kelly. “We must continue to do all we can to support Arizona’s rural communities. That includes ensuring organizations like Steps to Recovery Homes have the resources they need to thrive.”
The rural development grant, awarded to Steps to Recovery Homes, will be invested to complete renovations for a new recovery center that will improve its ability to expand services that include job training programs. This grant saved 10 jobs and will support over 11,000 individuals.