Great Lakes Recovery Centers has received grant money to help renovate one of its facilities. The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community has given the organization a $7,866.03 grant.
The money comes from the KBIC’s gaming revenue. Great Lakes Recovery Centers will use the funds to help cover the cost of renovating its adult residential services facility in Marquette.
The renovation is part of an expansion project. GLRC’s adolescent services department will move in the near future to the former Woodland Senior Living Community complex in Negaunee. Once that happens, GLRC’s adult residential program will move into the adolescent service program’s former home.
Great Lakes Recovery Centers provides substance abuse and mental health treatment and prevention services across the Upper Peninsula.