Adams County Organization Awarded With a State Grant

Agency - Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board

Collaborating for Youth, a Gettys-burg based Adams County organization, was awarded with a state grant totaling $16,986 by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to study the problem, and implement strategies to reduce it.


The grants the board awarded will allow them to make a positive impact on health and well-being of the families and communities in Pennsylvania.

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